retail marijuana

De Beque caps retail marijuana licenses it will issue within the town



Lindsey Pallares 03/24/2015 DE BEQUE - The town of De Beque votes to put a cap on the number of recreational marijuana businesses it will allow to set up shop. In a “special” Monday meeting, several townspeople voiced their concerns regarding the blossoming pot industry in their small, western Colorado community.

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Legalized Colorado Marijuana More Dangerous Than Previously Thought



William Bigelow 03/24/2015 Now that Colorado has legalized marijuana, evidence is being offered that the marijuana on the market may be much more dangerous than had been presumed.

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De Beque places a cap on retail marijuana licenses it will issue within the town



Lindsey Pallares 03/24/2015 DE BEQUE- The town of De Beque votes to put a cap on the number of recreational marijuana businesses it will allow to set up shop.

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People have mixed reactions to Pueblo's first retail marijuana draft ordinance



Carl Winder 03/11/2015 PUEBLO - Pueblo is closer to allowing the sale of recreational marijuana. The city’s Planning and Zoning Commission held a public meeting Wednesday to present the first draft of the retail marijuana ordinance.

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Colorado's pot sales-tax revenue soared in January



Molly Armbrister 03/13/2015 Statewide retail marijuana sales-tax receipts increased 153 percent in January, totaling more than $3.5 million this year, compared with $1.4 million in January 2014, the first month that recreational marijuana was legal.

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Colo. notches highest month yet for marijuana taxes



Chuck Slothower 03/12/2015 January was Colorado’s best month yet for recreational marijuana sales. La Plata County generated $25,691 in medical marijuana sales tax in January, and $11,858 in retail marijuana’s base sales tax. The state data shows medical marijuana sales are more than double that of retail sales locally.

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Marijuana industry sounds off on proposed pot regulations



Michelle San Miguel 03/12/2015 PUEBLO - The city is inching its way closer to allowing retail pot shops, but many marijuana business owners don't like the draft regulations on the table.

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