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By Jon Murray, The Denver Post
Before organizers put together Denver’s first permitted 4/20 pro-marijuana rally seven years ago, Civic Center served as a magnet for ragtag gatherings of enthusiasts each April 20.
This year, it’s back to that old reality — in contrast to recent expanded 4/20 festivals that rolled out the green carpet for tens of thousands of people, plus vendors, for the all-important smoke-out in solidarity at 4:20 p.m.
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POSTED: 12/26/2014 02:12:15 PM MST
That harried, Friday-evening moment when you're switching gears from work brain to party mode, gathering what you'll need for a fun night out — keys, phone, bottle of wine for the dinner party you're attending — has changed quite a bit in post-legalization Colorado.
Some are adding a vape pen or infused tincture to their date-night clutches. Others will pre-pack a bowl or one-hitter before heading out — or they'll chew on a 10-milligram edible on their way to the party. And those running low on supplies can swing by the pot shop on their way to the dinner and maybe grab a pre-rolled joint as a gift to the evening's hosts.
Think this sounds exaggerated or made up, some amplified version of what's actually happening on Friday nights all around Colorado? Think again.
As I'm sure you have heard, if you are an adult 21 years of age or older, you can now legally possess one ounce of marijuana in Colorado. The way the amendment is worded actually allows for possession of one ounce of THC. This is great news, as in addition to buds (flowers), you can also enjoy many types of concentrated and edible forms of marijuana during your visit. Cannabis seeds are also available for sale in Colorado.
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In 2004, California organic farm inspector Chris Van Hook submitted an unusual request to the US Department of Agriculture: He wanted permission to certify a medical marijuana farm as organic. He’d already inspected three pot farms, he says, before word came back that weed couldn't be organic because it wasn’t a federally recognized crop.