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Matthew Schniper 10/22/2014 With the marijuana industry's explosion, concern has bloomed over its resource consumption, especially at indoor outfits. Given fans, pumps, armies of thirsty plants and high-intensity lighting, utility usage will dwarf that of a homeowner.
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Anastasiya Bolton 10/21/2014 DENVER – Federal and local law enforcement say they've dismantled a large heroin drug trafficking organization with connections to Mexico.
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Angela Case 10/21/2014 PUEBLO - The Pueblo County Sheriff's Office seized 7.5 pounds of meth and arrested two people in a traffic stop Thursday.
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Mary Shinn 10/21/2014 Durango officials approved Sante Alternative Wellness’ application to open today. This is the third recreational location to receive approval from the city since the moratorium on stores was lifted in mid-August.
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10/22/2014 One local high school says they've seen the number of pot related incidents skyrocket this school year, going from just a handful in previous years to more than a dozen in the first two months of class.
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Dr. Christian Thurstone 10/22/2014 As the small, Colorado town of Manitou Springs gears up for a city council vote that will determine whether marijuana stores can continue to operate within its limits, a physician there is reporting troubling numbers out of Manitou Springs High School.
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Bryce Crawford 10/22/2014 State tightens up On the heels of a USA Today/Suffolk University poll of Coloradans that showed 49 percent disagree with the way the state has handled marijuana regulations come two efforts to curb access.
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Associated Press 10/20/2014 DENVER - A ban on most forms of edible marijuana at Colorado dispensaries is off the table. But work is continuing on efforts to require pot-infused food and drink to have a distinct look when they are out of the packaging.
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Deb Hurley Brobst 10/21/2014 Georgetown will not be getting a second marijuana shop after the Board of Selectmen voted 5-0 to deny an ordinance that would have reduced the distance such shops could be from schools and parks from 1,000 feet to 700 feet.
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Kristen Wyatt, AP 10/20/2014 DENVER – Colorado health authorities suggested banning many forms of edible marijuana, including brownies and cookies, then whipsawed away from the suggestion Monday after it went public.