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Michael Roberts 5/9/2013 Last week, we noted a section of the main bill to regulate Amendment 64 that essentially treated marijuana magazines like porn. In the days that followed, High Times warned that a lawsuit would be in the offing if the language was included in the final version -- but it was.
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RUDY HERNDON 5/9/2013 ALAMOSA - A convicted drug trafficker apologized on Tuesday for his actions, but his words could not make up for the fact that he committed an “extraordinary risk” crime.
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Lance Hernandez, Anica Padilla, 5/8/2013 DENVER - Firefighters, who responded to an early morning fire at an industrial strip center near 44th and Garfield, say they were surprised to learn that it’s a marijuana grow operation.
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Leslie Jorgensen 5/8/2013 DENVER – A bill to set marijuana DUI limits passed its final hurdle in the Senate on Tuesday, and was directed to Gov. John Hickenlooper who will likely sign it into law. Hickenlooper urged the legislature to pass the bill, which was revived after being derailed last month.
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David O. Williams 4/22/2013 Why does it possibly matter that the victim of an avalanche near Vail Pass on Thursday had been smoking marijuana – in particular a strain called “Dead-Head OG”?
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David O. Williams 5/3/2013 People from out of state sometimes ask what the biggest difference is between Vail and Aspen. If you live elsewhere in Colorado, your answer probably comes pretty quickly: “Not much, they’re both full of snooty trustafarians.”
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Derek Franz 5/9/2013 As state legislation for regulating retail marijuana enters the final rounds, Colorado counties may opt out of allowing those businesses altogether. Eagle County Commissioners recently opted to stay on the county’s current course and allow the RMJ businesses.
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Megan Schrader 5/8/2013 Colorado's General Assembly wrapped up their 2013 session Wednesday with the passage to two bills to regulate recreational marijuana.
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5/9/2013 DENVER – Lawmakers wrapped up their four-month-long session at the state Capitol and they were able reach a hard-earned agreement on how to regulate recreational marijuana with time to spare.
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Erika Stutzman, for the Camera editorial board 5/9/2013 On Wednesday, lawmakers were able to get the ball rolling on Amendment 64, which makes recreational marijuana use and sales legal in Colorado.