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Greg Campbell 08/26/2014 One of Colorado’s largest school districts is just saying no to an unusual statewide campaign to keep kids from smoking marijuana. The initiative involves giant rat cages placed in public locations.
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Charlene Marietti 08/26/2014 The National Conference on Addiction Disorders was a natural venue for a forthright discussion about the impact of marijuana use in the two states that have legalized it. Addiction Professional Editor Gary Enos asked four professionals to share their experiences in a panel on August 25 in St. Louis.
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Michael Roberts 08/25/2014 Attorney Rob Corry asked for a temporary restraining order to halt tax collection while the matter is considered, but Denver District Court Judge John Madden rejected that request at Friday's session.
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WILL C. HOLDEN 08/25/2014 SEWARD, NE - While marijuana may be legal in Colorado, one of our state’s neighbors sent a strong message to a pair from Aurora who brought nearly 100 pounds of the drug across state lines.
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Monica Mendoza 08/26/2014 The Colorado Springs City Council is still undecided about a retail, recreational marijuana ballot question.
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Tobie Baker 08/25/2014 A public hearing is scheduled tonight for an anticipated ordinance that would regulate retail marijuana businesses in Cortez. The meeting starts at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at City Hall. City Manager Shane Hale encouraged supporters and opponents to voice their opinions at the hearing.
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AP 08/25/2014 BOULDER — A provocative anti-marijuana campaign aimed at Colorado youths has angered marijuana activists for its tag line, "Don't Be a Lab Rat." Now a school system is declining to display a human-size cage used in the campaign.
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Megan Mitchell 08/25/2014 The Northglenn City Council Monday night approved a special election to be held Nov. 4 regarding a proposed 2 percent sales tax on marijuana.
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Lena Howland 08/26/2014 The Board of Pueblo County Commissioners considered three different marijuana license proposals on Monday.
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Greg Dingrando 08/26/2014 PUEBLO - Pueblo's homeless problem is getting so bad a non profit is heading to council begging for some help. Posada estimates the homeless community has grown an astounding 75% since January.