Firm Notice Regarding COVID-19

The Attorneys and staff at The Rodman Law Group (“RLG”) have been carefully monitoring novel coronavirus (“COVID-19”) and its effect on the economy in general and our clients in particular. The following is a non-exhaustive aggregation of information that may be of importance during this pandemic. … Read more about Firm Notice Regarding COVID-19

Denver and Oakland Become the First Cities to Effectively Decriminalize Psilocybin Mushrooms

Voters in Denver, continued to lead the country in the arena of drug policy reform when they voted to make Denver the first city in the USA to effectively decriminalize psilocybin mushrooms. Ordinance 301, or the Denver Psilocybin Mushroom Initiative was approved by a narrow margin of 50.5% in favor … Read more about Denver and Oakland Become the First Cities to Effectively Decriminalize Psilocybin Mushrooms

Carl’s Jr. To Release CBD-Infused Cheeseburger

This week, for one time only, fast-food chain Carl’s Jr. will be selling the first cannabidiol (“CBD”) infused cheeseburger. On Saturday, April 20, the chain will offer the "Rocky Mountain High Cheese Burger Delight" CBD burger at one location in Denver, priced at $4.20. The burger contains of two … Read more about Carl’s Jr. To Release CBD-Infused Cheeseburger

Clean Energy Financing & Colorado’s Cannabis Industry

Cannabis cultivation in Colorado is energy-intensive. Colorado’s cannabis grow operations consume a total of ~300 gigawatt-hours of electricity per year, which is about 0.6% of Colorado’s total electricity consumption.1 In fact, grow operations accounted for around 4% of Denver’s total electricity … Read more about Clean Energy Financing & Colorado’s Cannabis Industry

Denver City Council Votes on Social-Use Cannabis

Monday night, Denver City Council voted to remove the sunset provision from Initiative 300 (“I-300”), the legislation used to establish social cannabis businesses in Denver. Up until this week’s decision, social-use cannabis regulations were scheduled to expire before 2021, however city council’s … Read more about Denver City Council Votes on Social-Use Cannabis

Psilocybin Mushroom Initiative Makes Denver 2019 Ballot

Denver will be preparing for another major drug debate, as officials announced last Friday that the effort to decriminalize psilocybin mushroom has received enough signatures to make the upcoming May ballot. Local advocacy group, Decriminalize Denver, received over 5,000 signatures for the … Read more about Psilocybin Mushroom Initiative Makes Denver 2019 Ballot

Denver Mushroom Ballot Initiative

Colorado may soon have another opportunity to reform drug policy – this time, with psilocybin mushrooms. Activist group Decriminalize Denver has announced that they have gathered enough ballot petitions for the opportunity to vote on the decriminalization of psilocybin mushrooms in the upcoming May … Read more about Denver Mushroom Ballot Initiative

Proposition 112, Institutionalized Misinformation Campaigns, and the Lies of Oil and Gas

Here's the thing: I know that if you have listened to most of the lobbying efforts surrounding Proposition 112, you are probably going to vote "No" on it this November. I find this to be incredibly sad, but probably not for the reason you think. Yes, I firmly believe that a "No" vote is bad for … Read more about Proposition 112, Institutionalized Misinformation Campaigns, and the Lies of Oil and Gas