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Fortune to Honor Cannabis Industry Innovator Jessica Billingsley of MJ Freeway



09/16/2015 DENVER - Jessica Billingsley, Co-Founder and COO of MJ Freeway Business Solutions, will be the first woman ever from the cannabis industry to accept the prestigious 2015 Fortune Most Promising Women Entrepreneur Award.

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Armed men rob marijuana shop



Alison Digan 04/23/2015 DENVER – Denver police are looking for four men wanted for robbing a marijuana store. It happened around 9:00 a.m. Wednesday. The men entered the High St. Cannabis Station, located at 3944 N. High St., at gunpoint and robbed the store. They were seen leaving in a newer model silver SUV.

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Software companies want in on emerging marijuana business



12/03/2014 Medical marijuana has been legalized in 23 U.S. states, with Colorado and Washington allowing recreational use. This led to a profit windfall for some trailblazing pot entrepreneurs. CCTV America’s Nitza Soledad Perez reported from Miami how one startup is using technology to cash in on the industry.

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Man accused of selling 'spice' settles lawsuit



11/26/2014 DENVER - An Aurora business owner accused of selling synthetic marijuana known as spice has settled a lawsuit filed by the Colorado Attorney General's Office.

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Marijuana Software Company Allows Pot Businesses to Liaise With Banks



Margaret Jackson 10/24/2014 A Kansas City, Mo.-based software company has come up with a way to enable marijuana dispensaries to do business with banks. Agrisoft Development Group is beta testing kiosks in a dispensary in Northglenn, Colo. that will allow customers to order and pay for weed, then have armored vehicles pick up the cash and deliver it to banks.

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Anti-Pot Group Links Marijuana To Michael Brown’s Death



TOM ANGELL 10/23/2014 Leading anti-legalization group “Smart Approaches to Marijuana” (Project SAM) ignited a social media firestorm on Thursday by posting an article to its Facebook page saying that the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, “should serve as a tragic reminder that marijuana is not harmless.”

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Caldwell: A need to crack down on "spice" in Colorado



Alicia Caldwell 01/07/2014 Whatever you do, don't call it "synthetic marijuana." The problems bred by that misleading label are at the heart of why some Colorado policymakers are preparing to push for a renewed crackdown on the proliferation of this drug, sold in convenience stores for $5 or $10 a packet.

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Denver pot dispensary theft may be connected to others



Robert Garrison 01/04/2014 DENVER - Denver police say three people who stole marijuana from a medical pot dispensary may be connected to other similar burglaries. Video captured the Dec. 23 heist at the Starbuds Medical Marijuana Facility at 4690 N. Brighton Blvd. in Denver.

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Lessons Learned at the First Cannabis Industry Summit



Melissa Franqui 06/30/2014 Last week, I attended the Cannabis Business Summit, hosted by the National Cannabis Industry Association in Denver. At first glance, the gathering looked like any other trade show, but with one almost surreal exception, that the Denver Convention Center was teeming with businesses, investors and policy organizations showcasing the burgeoning legal marijuana market.

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