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Bill Hudson 03/31/2015 Not everyone will agree with me, but I believe most people basically want to help other people for no reason except, we like to be helpful.
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Patricia Calhoun 03/30/2015 Sue Sisley is still having trouble getting her ground-breaking work on the effects of cannabis on veterans with PTSD recognized in Arizona, where she is based — and lost three state contracts last summer.
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Bill Hudson 03/30/2015 I finished writing Part Five of this “Into the Weeds of Economic Growth” article series ten days ago — on March 20 — thinking that it might be a few more weeks before the Pagosa Springs Town Council made any significant decisions about economic development in our community...
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Alan Gathright, Marshall Zelinger 03/30/2015 EVANS - The parents of a woman who was allegedly slain by her husband, a former Weld County deputy, have filed a federal lawsuit accusing the Evans Police Department of a "conspiracy to cover-up the murder" and portray it a suicide.
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Debra Borchardt 03/31/2015 The emerging cannabis industry has not only created thousands of new jobs, it has also given birth to a new technology niche.
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Tessa Cheek 03/30/2015 Criminal justice reform, particularly for communities of color, was one of the principal reasons Coloradans voted two-to-one to legalize marijuana.
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Jacob Sullum 03/30/2015 In a brief filed on Friday, Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman asks the Supreme Court to reject a lawsuit in which Nebraska and Oklahoma seek to overturn her state's regulation of the recreational marijuana market.
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03/31/2015 WINSTED, MN – Joe Johnson, age 43, owner of Westside Skydivers in Winsted, is among 32 people indicted by a Colorado grand jury in what Colorado’s attorney general described as the state’s largest marijuana bust since it was legalized in 2000.
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Tobie Baker 03/30/2015 Twice retired, John Seckman benefited from a 30-year executive career in oil and tech booms. Now he’s engaged in the marijuana boom.
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Amy Crowfoot 03/30/2015 DENVER – After asking for his own bill warning pregnant women about the dangers of using marijuana to be defeated in committee in February, Rep. Jack Tate (R-Centennial) returns with a very similar bill to be heard in committee Tuesday afternoon.