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08/06/2015 PUEBLO COUNTY - A Pueblo County jail inmate faces new charges after authorities say they found her hiding heroin in her body.
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Christine Ina Casillas 08/06/2015 A roomful of Pueblo West residents and business owners crowded the Pueblo West Metropolitan District’s conference space July 28 to voice their concerns about a potential marijuana excise tax ballot question.
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Trevor Brown 08/06/2015 CHEYENNE - A Wyoming law enforcement group is planning a campaign to fight back at efforts to legalize medical marijuana in the state.
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Marianne Goodland 08/06/2015 Like it or not, the cannabis industry has arrived. One of the industry’s leading marketing gurus told a business networking group in Centennial last Thursday that regulation has made Colorado’s growing cannabis market a success — at least for now.
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ryan severance 08/07/2015 Officials at the Pueblo County jail found 35 grams of heroin that was being concealed inside the body of a female inmate during a search Tuesday night.
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Mason Miller 08/04/2015 As municipalities throughout the state continue to address their relationships with medical and retail marijuana, law enforcement agencies are facing their own unique challenges when it comes to issues surrounding retail sales and the marijuana industry.
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Scott N. Miller 06/17/2015 VAIL - The Vail Town Council Tuesday again extended a temporary ban on retail marijuana sales in town. But the days may be numbered for the temporary ban. Council members voted unanimously Tuesday to approve on first reading an ordinance extending the ban for another 60 days.
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Kelli Rollin 08/06/2015 Two trembling hands grasped a Captain America figure as the courtroom of about 20 people applauded.
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Scott N. Miller 07/20/2015 VAIL - The temporary ban on retail marijuana in Vail could be permanent in a matter of weeks.
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John Stroud 08/07/2015 New marijuana businesses in Glenwood Springs will face a special planning review to make sure the proposed location is suitable, and will have to be separated by at least 900 feet.