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Janet Oravetz 05/01/2015 WALSENBURG - The City of Walsenburg in Huerfano County is hoping that investing in legal marijuana will bring about economic prosperity.
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Jessica Gonzalez 04/30/2015 An Ouray County-based retail marijuana brand with an expanding Western Slope presence was granted approval on Tuesday night to set up shop in Cortez, making it the fifth shop to obtain a license in city limits since January.
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Kim Marquis 05/01/2015 Buena Vista – Elected officials took a step Tuesday toward allowing the retail sale of marijuana in Buena Vista.
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Randy Wyrick 04/30/2015 EAGLE-VAIL - Colorado’s marijuana industry has taken off with a bang — literally. An Eagle-Vail man said a malfunctioning valve in his legal hash oil cooking system caused an explosion Wednesday afternoon.
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04/30/2015 Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper seems to be softening his anti-pot stance.
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Dana Molino 04/30/2015 COLORADO SPRINGS - Enforcement and tough penalties are leading to a reduction of an illegal drug known as Spice, in Colorado Springs. "The sales of Spice have dropped off dramatically, to basically nonexistent and there's not a market for it anymore," CSPD Sgt. Joel Kern said.
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Craig Currier 05/02/2015 After failing to gain enough support at the end of last year, a pair of bills aimed at clarifying and updating Michigan's medical marijuana law are back and creeping forward in the Legislature.
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KRISTEN WYATT, AP 05/01/2015 DENVER - Sheriffs in Colorado and two other states may not like legal marijuana, but they don't have the ability to force Colorado not to allow it, Colorado argued Friday in a motion asking a judge to dismiss a lawsuit from 10 county sheriffs in Colorado, Kansas and Nebraska.
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Erin Breen 05/02/2015 According to officials in Colorado, the best way to control cannabis is with a lot of regulations and a lot of taxes.
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Randy Wyrick 05/02/2015 EAGLE-VAIL - An Eagle-Vail man accused of causing a hash oil explosion had his initial court date postponed so he could be treated for burns he suffered. Instead, Ryne Wilhelmi, 24, was being treated in a Front Range hospital.