1 year 37 weeks ago
Marcia Martinek 07/08/2015 Leadville City Council, during a work session with the Leadville Planning and Zoning Commission last week, was fine-tuning the verbiage for putting an issue on the ballot for an excise tax on marijuana sold or transferred by marijuana cultivation facilities.
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Ramsey Scott 07/08/2015 Jeffco’s commissioners are leaning toward allowing marijuana testing operations in the county, but it appears unlikely that grow operations, manufacturing or retail sales will be permitted anytime soon.
1 year 37 weeks ago
The Gazette editorial 07/08/2015 Some see it as a blessing, others a curse. Either way, environmental activists are vigilant in Colorado Springs and up and down the Front Range. Big Marijuana should be in their sites.
1 year 37 weeks ago
Billie Stanton Anleu 07/07/2015 At least 130 licensed warehouses are growing medical marijuana in Colorado Springs, but no one knows how many big grow operations are based in houses here.
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Laura Palmisano 06/30/2015 Needle exchange programs in Colorado are expanding. The programs are designed to keep illegal drug users from sharing used needles and spreading deadly diseases like HIV and Hepatitis C. And, not too long ago they were illegal in this state.
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Kristen Wyatt, AP 07/03/2015 Beer? Wine? Or weed? A campaign is underway to ask Denver voters about allowing marijuana consumption in bars and other places that only allow people over 21.
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Kassondra Cloos 07/06/2015 Data from the city of Colorado Springs, its police department and the Colorado Department of Revenue show interesting trends as the marijuana industry matures amid growing pains that have attracted national attention, including the cash-only nature of the business.
1 year 37 weeks ago
Jacob Sullum 07/08/2015 A persistent puzzle in Colorado since marijuana was legalized there at the end of 2012 is where people can consume the cannabis they are now allowed to grow, buy, and possess.
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Noelle Phillips 07/07/2015 AURORA - The city of Aurora is considering a change in the number of pot plants allowed in home-grown operations. Under the proposal, the city would allow a total of 12 plants per household.
1 year 37 weeks ago
Marija Vader 07/07/2015 This ain’t your mama’s bowling alley. Or your daddy’s racetrack, for that matter. In a new generation of uses for formerly bustling sports venues, the medical marijuana business has taken root.