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Lance Hernandez 4/18/2013 DENVER - Denver City Councilman Charlie Brown says if 80,000 people show up for the Denver 420 Rally on Saturday, as expected, the turf in Civic Center Park could end up a muddy mess.
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John Young 4/18/2013 How about some good news today? This year, reports Time magazine, drug cartels in Mexico stand to lose $1.4 billion. Why? Because Colorado and Washington decriminalized recreational marijuana in November.
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John Ingold, Sadie Gurman 4/17/2013 Ahead of what organizers say will be one of the largest marijuana-themed celebrations in the world, a number of officials in Denver are looking to this weekend's events with something between wariness and dread.
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William Breathes 4/17/2013 The current incarnation of Colorado House Bill 1114, the THC driving bill gained House approval earlier this month and is headed for the Senate Judiciary Committee next Monday, April 22, after the 4/20 weekend.
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William Breathes 4/17/2013 This week's multi-part cover story about the state of the state of marijuana takes a look at Amendment 64 and how legislators will address implementing the legalization of small amounts of cannabis and the shops that will sell it.
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Michael Roberts 4/17/2013 Last month, CU-Boulder announced that it would be closing campus on 4/20 for the second consecutive year -- and attorney Rob Corry, who unsuccessfully challenged the shutdown in 2012, is encouraging Boulderites to take part in Denver's 4/20 rally.
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William Breathes 4/18/2013 Though he doesn't like to admit it, 31-year-old Mason Tvert has changed the way cannabis is viewed in Colorado — and the way Colorado is viewed by the rest of the country.
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Mitchell Byars 4/17/2013 Erie announced today that Denver Police Department veteran and former state medical marijuana investigator Marco Vasquez will succeed the retiring John Hall as the town's new chief of police.
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Anica Padilla 4/17/2013 BOULDER - Boulder will allow adults 21 and over to smoke pot on private property, even if others can see it and smell it.
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RUTH HEIDE 4/15/2013 ALAMOSA - Smoking what she thought was marijuana, a 20-year-old Alamosa woman wound up in the local emergency room with nausea, heart palpitations, numbness and hallucinations.