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Ryan Summerlin 04/20/2015 Salidans and visitors celebrating 4/20 should know that even though recreational marijuana is legal in Colorado, there are still a number of ways to get in legal trouble with pot.
6 days 4 hours ago
Laura Hancock 04/20/2015 RIVERTON – Lawmakers may sponsor a bill next year that would clarify how edible marijuana is penalized in Wyoming.
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Cindy Lange-Kubick 04/04/2015 Christy Gibson and her husband, Randy, slipped away in May, leaving the kids home in Lincoln with family. Maybe they told a little white lie about where they were going, Christy says, and what they were up to.
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John Bear 04/19/2015 Although illicit activity appears to have slowed down at a nuisance house at 330 Collyer, Longmont police are still keeping tabs on the property.
6 days 9 hours ago
04/20/2015 This weekend’s pro-cannabis celebrations are in full force and police have been busy handing out tickets to people smoking marijuana in public.
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PETER ROPER 04/19/2015 The Pueblo Economic Development Corp. is going to recommend to City Council on Monday that the city not consider using any of its half-cent tax revenue to recruit marijuana businesses.
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Mark Reaman 04/15/2015 The Crested Butte Town Council is leaning toward making another attempt this November to ask voters to approve a .5 percent sales tax increase that would be earmarked for parks maintenance. The same measure failed last fall by just three votes. There is discussion about floating a marijuana excise tax in front of voters as well.
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Anna Gauldin 04/18/2015 From psychedelic shirts and beanies to hemp-infused energy drinks, Denver's Civic Center park on Saturday was filled to the brim with cannabis-themed vendors and cannabis-loving crowds for the annual 4/20 rally.
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Jake Browne 04/18/2015 For the second year in a row, the U.S. Cannabis Cup — the largest event in High Times magazine's portfolio — kicked off at the Denver Mart on Saturday with speakers and vendors from throughout the country, and plenty of free marijuana.
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04/19/2015 DENVER – Colorado law enforcement are breaking from traditional messaging about marijuana use and instead promoting a “safe pot use” message.