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Pot credit union sues Feds, NCUA over denial of master account, insurance



Doug Storum 07/31/2015 DENVER - The Fourth Corner Credit Union in Denver filed a pair of lawsuits Thursday against the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City and the National Credit Union Administration after being denied a master account from the Feds and federal share deposit insurance from the administration.

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Pioneer Pot States Did The Right Thing, Polls Show



Matt Ferner 05/20/2015 Support for legalized marijuana seems to be growing in Colorado and Washington state, which became the first U.S. states to regulate the weed for recreational use two years ago.

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Kansas weed price averages $100 more per ounce than in Colorado



Daniel Mueller 05/16/2015 Colorado has seen marijuana prices drop after legalizing medical and recreational pot in 2012. In neighboring Kansas, weed averages about $100 more per ounce. That’s according to user-submitted data from PriceOfWeed.com.

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New federal bill on medical pot for epilepsy backed by Bennet, Gardner



Joey Bunch 05/13/2015 Colorado’s U.S. senators, Michael Bennet and Cory Gardner, are backing federal legislation to allow children with seizures and adults with intractable epilepsy to have access to medical marijuana.

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Supreme Court Turns to Obama on Colorado Marijuana Lawsuit



05/05/2015 In an indication that the country’s highest court may actually take up an inter-state lawsuit over Colorado’s recreational marijuana law, the U.S. Supreme Court justices have asked the Obama administration for a brief on the matter.

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