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Joe Hanel 12/17/2012 GOLDEN – A serious-looking group of Colorado politicians and bureaucrats Monday set about the nitty-gritty work of something unimaginable just a few years ago: legalizing marijuana.
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AP 12/17/2012 DENVER - Colorado's new marijuana regulators will consider five areas for potential recreational pot rules.
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Thomas Hendrick 12/18/2012 DENVER – The task force formed by Gov. John Hickenlooper to figure out how to mesh Colorado laws with the pot-legalizing Amendment 64 met for the first time Monday.
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Michael Roberts 12/17/2012 In summer 2011, we told you about the arrest of Ricky Scott for the murder of Anthony Silva, a Fort Carson soldier; see our original coverage below. Now, Scott has been convicted of first-degree murder in the crime, which appears to have taken place after a fight over $200 worth of marijuana -- a tale told in the probable cause statement also seen here.
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Chad Cocquyt, 12/17/2012 In response to the story “Christmas comes early for Fort Collins marijuana users,” I found the article interesting and informative; however, the title is misleading and lacks respect toward the Christmas holiday.
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Guadalupe Jaquez Betancourt 12/16/2012 I am a teen who thinks that Amendment 64 is a negative thing for our state and our community. I am opposed to the new laws that legalized marijuana.
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Amy Gillentine 12/17/2012 While Colorado Springs is still undecided about retail marijuana, the El Paso County Board of Commissioners seems to be set to do something immediately.
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Rhonda Moore 12/18/2012 Pot shops might have to find any other place to call home, as long as it's outside of Castle Rock, Parker and most of the rest of Douglas County. Castle Rock Town Council on Dec. 11 became the latest municipality in Douglas County to make the move to prohibit commercial marijuana operations in town limits.
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Kristen Wyatt AP 12/17/2012 GOLDEN – Recreational marijuana may be legal in Colorado, but regulation of the drug is just beginning. Colorado began crafting pot regulations Monday, when a 24-member task force appointed by Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper started work.
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DAN FROSCH 12/18/2012 GOLDEN - It has been a little over a month since Coloradans approved a groundbreaking law legalizing small amounts of marijuana for recreational use. Now that the celebratory haze has settled, state officials and marijuana advocates on Monday began sifting through the thorny regulatory questions that go beyond merely lighting up.