A Denver-based company that sells hydroponics and greenhouse supplies is planning further expansion as marijuana becomes legal in more U.S. states.
A 129-year-old property in Capitol Hill, currently used as office space, has hit the market as it awaits approval for marijuana licenses.
A Denver company known for its fizzy sodas had extra reason to celebrate 4/20.
The young, Denver-based company plans to use the funds to expand into other legal marijuana markets.
A federal judge approved a temporary freeze on a portion of the profits the SEC says a Denver businessman made while promoting a marijuana penny stock.
The suit claims he spent the “ill-gotten” profits on a house in Snowmass, new cars and a piano.
Not to be outdone by ubiquitous wine and painting venues, the marijuana industry has been firing up classes of its own.
A Denver firm that built a massive greenhouse has not paid back millions in loans, according to a recently filed lawsuit.
Michael Ortiz claims in a lawsuit he filed against Denver that he won his coveted 4/20 permit for an event fair and square.
Green Solution has added a floor-to-ceiling window to show its 1,000-square-foot operation on Grape Street.