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06/13/2015 There is new research on the use of marijuana as medicine in Colorado and a Marijuana and Health Symposium at National Jewish Health on Saturday explored nearly a dozen studies looking at using pot for things like seizures and insomnia.
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Steve Raabe 06/14/2015 The hype over hemp that erupted last year during Colorado's first sensational flirtations with the marijuana look-alike is now starting to live up to expectations. A handful of growers in 2014 planted and harvested small-scale crops that attracted large-scale attention under hemp's newly legal status.
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Molly Armbrister 06/12/2015 Coats v. Dish Network, a case that could be crucial in setting precedent for employers with regard to employee marijuana use, will be decided by the Colorado Supreme Court Monday.
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Katie Pelton 06/14/2015 Recent hospital changes are having a big impact on one little girl who has surgery later this week. Her mom is fighting to make sure her daughter can have cannabis oil while she's there.
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Jakob Rodgers 06/13/2015 A week before her daughter's surgery, Alicia Stier said Memorial Hospital Central officials told her to keep one seizure medication home: cannabis-based oils. The voicemail left her scrambling.
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peter roper 06/13/2015 City Council’s plan to let voters decide this November whether to license recreational marijuana stores in Pueblo sounds like a wise decision, but it may not be a legal one according to Amendment 64, which legalized recreational pot in Colorado.
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The Gazette editorial 06/12/2015 Saturday's "Marijuana and Health Symposium" at National Jewish Health in Denver raises red flags. The event, specifically designed for medical professionals, appears to be a maneuver right out of Big Tobacco's old playbook, which used physicians to cloak smoking in a veneer of health.
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Joe Moylan 05/28/2015 What began as an arson investigation quickly ended with the arrest of a Weld County man for manufacturing a controlled substance when investigators discovered a “psychedelic” mushroom grow operation while clearing a house after a fire.
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06/12/2015 A woman traveling east on Interstate 70 near the Colorado-Utah border was arrested Thursday afternoon after law enforcement allegedly located nearly two pounds of heroin hidden in the rear quarter-panel of her vehicle, according to the Colorado State Patrol.
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Ann Butler 06/11/2015 A 28-year-old man died Wednesday in Durango of a suspected heroin overdose. La Plata County Coroner Jann Smith said an autopsy on Donald Grotts would be conducted Wednesday.