The Rodman Law Group supports Gail Schwartz in her campaign for Colorado's 3rd Congressional District (and you should too). It's always a bit controversial for a law firm to support a political candidate given the multitude of political views its clients have, but given the significance of this … Read more about Please Join us supporting Gail Schwartz
The Rodman Law Group is incredibly honored to have been nominated for the Cannabist's "Most Cannabis Friendly Law Firm in 2016" award. This award is given in acknowledgment of unparalleled business and regulatory counsel that attorneys and law firms provide to the cannabis industry and the hard … Read more about Cannabist Nomination
Republican Presidential hopeful John Kasich called marijuana legalization a "terrible idea" Tuesday. "It sends mixed messages to young people about drugs. I don't think we should do that. We need to tell young people to stay off drugs," said the Ohio governor. While he admitted there are … Read more about Who the Hell is John Kasich?
As you may or may not know, the majority of the drugs in this country—both prescription and recreational—are regulated according to the “Schedule” they fall into. The scheduling system has five levels (I-V) and was established by the Controlled Substances Act. The restrictions and regulations … Read more about Schedule I?
Going, Going, Gone. Time Magazine published an article today about the soaring costs of warehouse space in Colorado. The medical and the recreational marijuana businesses that have taken hold in this state have created a huge surge in demand for space to grow, extract, and store marijuana. You … Read more about Time Magazine Publishes Article on Cost of Warehouse Space
12 Plant Count Limit in Effect In what is becoming a disturbing trend across in this state, El Paso County joins Denver in limiting the number of plants a medical marijuana patient may grow on their own property. This move cannot be countered with a Doctors authorized additional plant count … Read more about El Paso County Drastically Limits Plant Counts For Patients