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12/09/2014 DENVER - A new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association illustrates both positives and negatives concerning marijuana use in Colorado. The study was authored by emergency room physicians at the University of Colorado Hospital in Aurora.
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Allison Sylte 12/09/2014 The Journal of the American Medical Association has released a study from University of Colorado researchers detailing the mixed health effects of legalized marijuana in the Centennial State.
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David W. Murray, John P. Walters, 12/07/2014 The debate about enforcement of the drug laws has raised the question of what is required to support civil rights. Drug use is certainly an issue of social class.
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Bradley Zint 12/08/2014 The Costa Mesa City Council has postponed its discussion of a new report by the police department that urges caution about the potential effects of medical marijuana dispensaries returning to the city.
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Rosanna Turner 12/08/2014 Prescription and over-the-counter drugs are the third most abused substance in America, just behind alcohol and marijuana, according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse.
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Katie Kuntz 12/08/2014 The federal government is stockpiling hundreds of “suspicious activity reports” that could provide federal agents with sufficient evidence to shut down any state-legalized marijuana business.
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LAURA HANCOCK 12/08/2014 Wyomingites’ long-standing support for medical marijuana may move toward reality, as the Legislature will be alight in cannabis bills next month. Three bills that would loosen Wyoming’s prohibition on the drug may go before lawmakers.
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Trenton Sperry 12/07/2014 Standing atop a ladder Friday afternoon in east Greeley, a former graffiti artist who goes by the street name The Prince KG came out of retirement.
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Krystle S. Morey 12/08/2014 Mary's Medicinals, a Colorado-based developer and distributor of marijuana patches and gels, is looking to partner with growers and dispensaries in New York. Nicole Smith, founder and CEO, said the company is targeting New York because it is a large market, based on potential patient count.
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Trevor Hughes 12/08/2014 DENVER - Colorado's marijuana businesses have a cash flow problem: Too much cash is flowing in and they've nowhere to put it.