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Aurora expects pot revenue to double in 2016



Carlos Illescas 09/14/2015 Revenue from marijuana sales in Aurora is expected to more than double next year compared to this year, as a handful of pot cultivation facilities and retail shops are slated to open in 2016.

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Aurora police seek new cap on home-grow marijuana operations



RACHEL SAPIN 07/23/2015 AURORA - The number of recreational marijuana plants residents can grow in their homes could change under a measure proposed by Aurora police. Under the measure, the city would cap each household at 12 plants, and would allow half of those plants to be flowering at any given time.

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Glenwood Springs likely to revisit separation between pot shops



John Stroud 07/07/2015 Glenwood Springs City Council is considering a range of possible changes to the city’s marijuana business regulations, from limiting the overall number of shops to treating certain parts of town differently than others when defining the neighborhood that is being served.

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Would pot vote clash with 64?



peter roper 06/13/2015 City Council’s plan to let voters decide this November whether to license recreational marijuana stores in Pueblo sounds like a wise decision, but it may not be a legal one according to Amendment 64, which legalized recreational pot in Colorado.

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Council members satisfied with marijuana status quo



Matt Stensland 05/20/2015 Steamboat Springs - A strong majority of Steamboat Springs City Council members are not interested in allowing any more marijuana dispensaries.

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