Denver Relief Consulting believes that marijuana business is still business and by bringing a professional edge to cannabis we can help create a well-functioning and legal enterprise for our clients.
Our value proposition is to connect interested parties, provide vital and valuable information to existing and prospective marijuana industry members and to promote honest and forthcoming business practices.
Denver Relief Consulting is committed to progressive thought and is willing to accept any task that is for the benefit of the future of our industry.
After “only” 10 years of lobbying in Springfield, MPP has finally succeeded at persuading the Illinois Legislature to legalize medical marijuana. The Senate approved the measure 35-21 Friday, and it received approval from the House of Representatives by a vote of 61-57 on April 17. If Gov. Pat Quinn (D) signs the bill, Illinois will become [...]
Politicians are slowly coming around to the idea that states and localities should be able to determine their own marijuana policies, and that the federal government should stay out of the way. Is your mayor one of these? You can help bring them into the Marijuana Majority by contacting your mayors and asking them to [...]
It looks like Ultimate Fighting Championship and the New Jersey Athletic Control Board have not caught on to the changes in marijuana testing thresholds proposed by the World Anti-Doping Agency. Fighter Pat Healy has been fined, suspended, and his win changed to a “no contest” after testing positive for marijuana after his victory over Jim Miller [...]
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) raised the threshold for a positive test for marijuana from 15 nanograms per milliliter to 150 nanograms per milliliter, significantly reducing the likelihood of detection for athletes who use the drug. ?We wanted to focus on the athletes that abuse the substance in competition,? said Julie Masse, WADA?s director of [...]
AZ Dept. of Health Services Director's Blog
National Recreational Water Illness and Injury Prevention Week is coming up next week. Healthy swimming depends on paying attention to basic health, hygiene, sun-safety, and what swimmers bring into the pool (and what they don?t). For starters, remind your kids to take a sunscreen, hydration, and bathroom break every hour when swimming. You might also want to start [...]
We already broke the 100 degree mark in the Valley this week. It won?t be long before the heat?s here to stay. Heat is one of the most dangerous weather situations in public health ? actually it?s the #1 weather-related killer. Last year 152 Arizonans died from heat exposure…. with 80% happening in June, July and August. The largest [...]
I?ve been writing quite a bit about population health and the importance of creating healthy environments for communities. Some of those innovations take creativity and cash to make them work. Help is on the way – today, the feds announced the Healthcare Innovation Awards ? Round 2. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services put [...]
Now that Cory Nelson has officially been appointed as our Deputy Director for Behavioral Health, we?re moving full steam ahead to recruit for the Chief Executive Officer of the Arizona State Hospital. The CEO is a critical member of our team and has the responsibility of managing the day-to-day operations of the civil, forensic and [...]