Dr. Marc Siegel stopped by Fox and Friends this morning to highlight the dangers of edible marijuana products to children. In states where marijuana is now legal, like Colorado, you can consume pot in the form of cookies, brownies, lollipops and other "treats."
A report out of northern Colorado indicates 4th-graders were found to be selling pot on their school playground. John Gates, director of safety for Weld County School District 6, explained that the 10-year-old students "procured" the marijuana from grandparents.
Following the state's recent legalization of marijuana, some Colorado drivers are now complaining that they're being singled out by police officers in other states simply because they have license plates from The Centennial State. Legal experts say we could see a string of lawsuits, like the one filed by a 70-year-old retiree against the Idaho State Police.
In the month after Colorado legalized marijuana, welfare recipients withdrew thousands of dollars from ATMs at Colorado pot shops, National Review’s Jillian Kay Melchior found.
In Colorado, students are reportedly finding a new way to smoke pot in the classroom without their teachers knowing, turning to vapor pens.
Amid the growing debate about the legalization of marijuana, one Colorado lawmaker is trying to make sure that people receiving welfare benefits cannot spend that money on pot.
State troopers in Colorado say a 23-year-old man was high when he slammed into one of their police cars.