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Erica Meltzer 12/31/2012 From municipalization to marijuana, from fracking to civil unions, 2013 could be a year of big changes in Boulder County and in Colorado.
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AP 12/31/2012 DACONO - Three marijuana dispensaries in Dacono (dah-KOH'-noh) have stopped selling marijuana ahead of a deadline to close. The shops had until the end of business Monday to close after the City Council voted in June to ban pot shops.
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AP 12/31/2012 DENVER - Recreational marijuana clubs opened Monday in Colorado, less than a month after the governor signed into law a constitutional amendment allowing recreational pot use.
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Scott Rochat 12/31/2012 DACONO - The shredder churned behind Dacono Meds. In about 20 minutes, a small fortune in medical marijuana was turned into mulch, mixed with potting soil and readied for the landfill. The ban was on.
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William Breathes 12/31/2012 In our first Ask a Stoner, we featured a question about whether legal, recreational pot smoking clubs like the ones found in Amsterdam could be created in Colorado, thanks to Amendment 64 passing. Turns out, not one but two pot-friendly lounges will open today.
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Electa Draper 12/31/2012 Until further notice — from somewhere — enterprising cannabis enthusiasts assume it's OK to hang out to consume weed in social, yet sort of private, recreational settings. Billed as Denver's first legal private cannabis club, Club 64, met for the first time at 4:20 p.m. Monday at a Larimer Street retail store.
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Charles Ashby 12/30/2012 State Sen. Steve King will try again to get a driving-while-stoned measure through the Colorado Legislature when it convenes next month. But the Grand Junction Republican, who has repeatedly tried to get such a measure into law, already isn’t happy with how that bill will be drafted.
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Robert Allen 12/31/2012 Now that anyone over 21 can have marijuana, police officers across Colorado are acclimating to the idea that it’s OK for people to possess small amounts. But drug-sniffing dogs may have a harder time getting that message.
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Eric Ross 12/31/2012 Monument is considering enacting an ordinance that would allow police to regulate retail sales and open consumption of marijuana. "This is a very conservative, small little town," resident Jason Versey said. "We like it like that."
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Nick McGurk 12/30/2012 DENVER - THC University, the brainchild of 24-year-old entrepreneur Matt Jones, promises to teach people to grow marijuana from home.