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LAUREN KRIZANSKY 12/17/2014 ALAMOSA COUNTY - Valley Meds, LLC will know after the New Year whether the court will hear their complaint against the Alamosa County Commissioners (ACC) for denying their special use permit application.
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Lyndsie Ferrell 12/18/2014 SOUTH FORK - During the December meeting the town of South Fork began the first stages of discussion for bringing retail marijuana to the small town.
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AP, 12/17/2014 DENVER - Colorado is poised to award more than $8 million to research marijuana to treat diseases, a step toward addressing complaints that little is known about pot's medical potential.
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Pamela Johnson 12/16/2014 FORT COLLINS - Colorado law allows adults to use small amounts of recreational marijuana but bans that use in public places. But when it comes to campgrounds, what is a public place?
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12/16/2014 The Board of County Commissioners unanimously passed a resolution to extend its moratorium on retail marijuana until Jan. 1, 2016.
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Stacia Strong 12/18/2014 GRAND JUNCTION - A new study released on Tuesday shows that after nearly five years of increases in teen drug use, the numbers are finally going down in 2014. One Mesa County program is doing its part to keep those numbers down.
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John Ingold, Tom McGhee, 12/17/2014 Colorado's Board of Health on Wednesday approved up to $8.4 million of grants to pay for eight studies on medical marijuana, part of the largest-ever state-funded effort to study the medical efficacy of cannabis.
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Eric Lupher 12/17/2014 DENVER - Medical marijuana patients are suing the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment over patient fees.
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CHRIS WOODKA 12/17/2014 The Pueblo Board of Water Works approved two more leases of water to marijuana growers at its Tuesday meeting. The leases total 22 acre feet (7.16 million gallons) annually and will bring in $32,715 the first year.
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Wayne Heilman 12/17/2014 The city of Colorado Springs may have to issue refunds to taxpayers or ask voters to keep revenue above limits set in the city's charter if sales and use tax collections continue to surge at double-digit rates, the city's chief financial officer said Tuesday.