Denver Relief is a tenured group of cannabis professionals dedicated to providing the highest quality medicine, service, and experience to registered Colorado medical marijuana patients. We are passionate Denver citizens that strive to enhance the lives of our patients while changing the perception of marijuana as a viable and safe medicine for an array of conditions. Denver Relief is an active member of the community through social action and philanthropy because we understand that we cannot succeed unless our neighbors do too.
Denver Relief Blog
How the time flies. From our humble beginnings delivering across the city to winning the Cannabis Cup last month, there’s been a lot of change at Denver Relief. Without support from our amazing patients, none of this would be possible. We’re incredibly appreciative of everyone who has stuck by us when the shelves were a [...] Continue reading Fourth Anniversary Sale
GREEN TEAM Partners Ready for Largest 4/20 Celebration Yet [Tweet this] DENVER, Colo (April 8, 2013) – Founded in 2009 by Ean Seeb and Kayvan S.T. Khalatbari, the Denver Relief GREEN TEAM is a volunteer organization dedicated to improving the perception of the medical cannabis industry through community service and social activism. Through outreach efforts [...] Continue reading Press Release: 4/20 and the GREEN TEAM
NORML Blog, Marijuana Law Reform
Marijuana law reform is gaining some serious momentum in New York as we approach the end of this year’s legislative session. Recent polling data released by Siena Research Institute revealed that 82% of New Yorkers support the medical use of marijuana. Fortunately for New York lawmakers, they can take action to address this issue that’s supported by an overwhelming majority of their constituents. Medical marijuana legislation is currently pending in both Houses of the New York Legislature and these measures have been gaining substantial political support. This legislation is expected [...]
This afternoon, the Illinois State Senate voted 35 to 21 in favor of House Bill 1, which would establish a medical marijuana pilot program in the state. The measure had previously been approved by the House of Representatives and moves to the Governor Pat Quinn’s desk for his signature. While Governor Quinn hasn’t taken a firm stance on HB 1, Lt. Governor Sheila Simon has been open in regards to her support for this legislation. You can read the full text of the measure here. NORML will keep you updated [...]
Spark the Discussion Amendment 64: The Ripples Here at Home By Joshua Kappel, Esq. “Spark the Discussion” is a monthly Legal Connection column highlighting the hottest trends in the emerging field of medical marijuana law. Originally posted here. On Election Day, the voters of Colorado made history with the passage of Amendment 64—the Regulate [...]
We did it. We made history. After 80 long years, Colorado has finally ended the failed policy of marijuana prohibition. Last Tuesday, Coloradans overwhelming passed Amendment 64 (55% to 45%) which will regulate marijuana like alcohol statewide. Our historic work has made headlines across the world - from Japan to India to Belize. We are forever thankful [...]
Denver Post: News: Marijuana
DENVER—A frequent marijuana user who says Colorado's pending pot DUI legislation violates the constitution is suing to block the bill.
WASHINGTON - Somewhere in the remote wilderness of southern Utah on land controlled by the federal government, members of a Mexican cartel are putting marijuana plants in the earth in hopes of
Cannabis News - Medical Marijuana, Hemp, Marijuana News, Cannabis
A comprehensive report on drug policy in the Americas released Friday by a consortium of nations suggests that the legalization of marijuana, but not other illicit drugs, be considered among a range of ideas to reassess how the drug war is carried out. The report, released by the Organization of American States walked a careful [...]
The Senate today approved legislation that would allow doctors to prescribe medical marijuana to patients with serious illnesses, sending the measure to Gov. Pat Quinn. The issue pitted supporters arguing for compassion for those suffering from pain they say only cannabis can ease against opponents who contend the legislation would undermine public safety. Sponsoring Sen. [...]