Amendment 64

Commissioners extend three month pot moratorium



Brian Orr 04/03/2014 WALSENBURG - In a unanimous vote, the three Huerfano County commissioners on Wednesday morning extended the moratorium on all commercial marijuana growth and sales, both for medical and recreational use, for three additional months.

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Law enforcement adding drug recognition experts to catch high drivers



Kent Erdahl 01/02/2014 DENVER - Though recreational marijuana is now available to the public, the Colorado State Patrol is reminding people that it remains illegal to drive impaired by marijuana.

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Proposition AA text



Proposition AA (STATUTORY) SHALL STATE TAXES BE INCREASED BY $70,000,000 ANNUALLY IN THE FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR AND BY SUCH AMOUNTS AS ARE RAISED ANNUALLY THEREAFTER see also http://www.scribd.com/doc/171665273/Colorado-Senate-Concurrent-Resolution-003-of-2013

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No love for pot biz at Cedaredge session



Hank Lohmeyer 8/18/2013 A town board public hearing on whether and how to allow marijuana businesses in the town drew overwhelmingly negative comments from town officials and from one local businessman who spoke against retail marijuana stores in town.

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Rob Corry touts state's first "pot club" on CNN, but is it all a publicity stunt?



William Breathes 1/2/2013 Marijuana attorney Rob Corry made the TV rounds yesterday, appearing twice on CNN in stories about the opening of Club 64, which he dubbed the state's first legal pot smoking club.

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Amendment 64 Supporters React to Official Legalization



Danielle Kreutter 12/10/2012 GRAND JUNCTION - Although the Department of Revenue has until July 1, 2013 to decide how to regulate marijuana, supporters of Amendment 64 say they're glad to see progress after Governor John Hickenlooper signed an executive order Monday, formalizing the amendment.

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Marijuana smokers get nod to light up in Colorado as pot legalized



Dan Whitcomb 12/10/2012 Pot smokers formally gained the right to light up in Colorado on Monday as Governor John Hickenlooper signed into effect a controversial ballot measure legalizing marijuana for adult recreational use in what proponents hailed as a "historic day."

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Legal Lines: Impact of the Passage of Amendment 64



11/21/2012 Question: Amendment 64, the initiative to regulate marijuana like alcohol, was passed by Colorado voters on Nov. 6. What will be allowed under the new amendment? Answer: Amendment 64 was created to increase individual freedoms, enhance revenue for public purposes and to use Colorado law enforcement and judicial resources more efficiently.

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