South Carolina

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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Colorado businessman blames 'stoned' workers for move to SC

04/25/2015 When workers at his Colorado business went to pot, Mark Brawner said it was enough for him to roll out of the Rockies and head for South Carolina. Brawner, who ran Little Spider Creations out of an old Denver warehouse for years until this month, told KUSA-TV Thursday he moved because pot was hurting his company.

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Colo. company says pot pushed them out of state

Jen Marnowski 04/23/2015 DENVER – Little Spider Creations had been making scary creations in Denver for 24 years, but the owner of the company says legalizing recreational marijuana changed everything. He recently moved his company to North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

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Temporary Powdered Alcohol Ban Advances In Colorado Senate

AP 02/27/2015 Grappling with how to regulate powdered alcohol, Colorado lawmakers advanced legislation Tuesday to put the sale of the product on hold before it’s in stores.

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With recreational marijuana already legal, what’s so wrong with powdered alcohol?

Laura Carno 01/30/2015 Editor’s Note: On Jan. 29, the House passed House Bill 1031, sponsored by Rep. JoAnn Windholz, R-Commerce City, on second reading. The bill delays the sale of powdered alcohol in Colorado until the state can implement an adequate regulatory framework. While powdered alcohol is not currently legal for sale here, it can be purchased online.

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Denver Broncos Don’t Want Powdered Alcohol Legal In Colorado

Ivan Moreno, Kristen Wyatt, AP 01/27/2015 Powdered alcohol won’t be immediately sold in Colorado stores if the product gets federal approval, under a proposal advanced by state lawmakers Monday.

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