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Denver campaign would allow pot use in bars



Kristen Wyatt, AP 07/03/2015 Beer? Wine? Or weed? A campaign is underway to ask Denver voters about allowing marijuana consumption in bars and other places that only allow people over 21.

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Proposed Denver ordinance would allow pot use in commercial areas



Molly Armbrister 06/17/2015 An ordinance being proposed in Denver would allow public marijuana use in commercial areas and other controlled environments, but the ordinance has a long way to go before it becomes law.

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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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Colo. Gov.: Pot is ‘not as vexing as we thought it was going to be’



Ricardo Baca 04/29/2015 Is Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper starting to come around on the issue of legal marijuana? After a quick stroll through our archives and a viewing of a recent Fox Business interview with the Democrat (above) where he says of marijuana, “it’s not as vexing as we thought it was going to be,” it certainly seems like it.

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Colorado Gov.: Pot is ‘not as vexing as we thought it was going to be’



Ricardo Baca 04/29/2015 Is Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper starting to come around on the issue of legal marijuana? After a quick stroll through our archives and a viewing of a recent Fox Business interview with the Democrat (above) where he says of marijuana, “it’s not as vexing as we thought it was going to be,” it certainly seems like it.

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Legal Pot Support in Colorado Up to 62 Percent Despite Horror Stories



Michael Roberts 04/14/2015 In a recent post about the third volume of a report attacking Colorado's legalization of limited marijuana sales, we noted that those opposing the state's policies have yet to mute their criticism even though more than a year has passed since recreational shops began doing business.

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Coloradans still high on marijuana legalization



Peter Marcus 04/14/2015 DENVER – A new poll shows that more than two years after Colorado voters legalized marijuana, they still widely support the pioneering experiment. The Quinnipiac University poll released Tuesday indicates that 62 percent of voters still back the first-in-the-nation experiment, compared to 34 percent who don’t.

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