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Chad Swiatecki 04/17/2015 A CNN documentary series that examines the booming business of legal marijuana in Colorado debuts Sunday.
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Kristen Wyatt, AP 04/17/2015 DENVER - Breaking from decades of "Just Say No"-type messaging about marijuana use, Colorado law enforcement officials are starting a new campaign designed to promote safe marijuana use.
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Mike Romero 04/15/2015 It’s been legal to buy and sell marijuana in Colorado since Amendment 64 went into effect on Dec. 10, 2012. It was enacted by 55 percent of the state’s voters.
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Ryan Maye Handy 04/16/2015 Colorado Springs police arrested two men Wednesday in connection with an ongoing investigation into drug use and littering in Monument Valley Park.
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Chad Abraham 04/16/2015 Holland Hills resident says ‘This is definitely an issue’ After an order from Pitkin County officials in March to curtail odor or face losing its license, not much has changed at an Aspen marijuana shop’s midvalley grow operation, said a Holland Hills resident and a county official on Wednesday.
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Kristen Wyatt, AP 04/15/2015 DENVER - A Colorado proposal to require safety testing for medical marijuana, same as recreational pot, won unanimous approval Wednesday on its first test in the state Legislature.
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Michael Roberts 04/15/2015 Back in 2012, a Denver radio station at 107.1 FM that had been playing EDM transformed into Pot 107.1, a marijuana-themed format. The whole thing turned out to be an attention-getting joke that was never intended to last.
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04/16/2015 COLORADO SPRINGS -The Coxes can rest more comfortably living in Georgia now that their 5-year-old daughter can get the marijuana extract she needs.
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Chad Abraham 04/16/2015 To answer the question of whether an Aspen cannabis shop’s grow operation violates state air-quality standards, Pitkin County officials could use the Nasal Ranger.
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Ashley Michels 04/15/2015 DENVER – On the heels of the biggest marijuana celebration of the year, a new app from a local developer is getting a lot of attention. The free app is called “High There” and gives users a way to connect through a common interest in cannabis.