retail marijuana

Urgency on rules for marijuana edibles



By The Denver Post Editorial Board 04/17/2014 This is big, Colorado. Two people in the space of a few weeks apparently consumed edible marijuana products now sold in retail stores and seem to have lost their grip on reality.

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Contact high concerns in Pueblo



Bonnie Silkman 04/16/2014 PUEBLO - Officers getting high from marijuana. It's a big concern for the Chief of Police in Pueblo. He's worried about officers getting a contact high. That's why he's relieved that the city of Pueblo voted to hold off on retail marijuana sales, at least for now.

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Peer cities: Chill on pot



Chase Olivarius-Mcallister 04/16/2014 As the legal age of recreational pot for purchase dawns on Durango, one fearful question has dogged City Council’s ongoing debate about which regulatory scheme it should adopt come July: How will it affect downtown businesses?

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Larimer County board opposes retail pot license



Kevin Duggan 04/16/2014 A proposal to open a second recreational marijuana store in Larimer County could have a long row to hoe. The Larimer County Planning Commission on Wednesday decided to recommend against granting licenses to grow and sell recreational pot to Flower Power Botanicals, one of two medical marijuana centers in the county.

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DeBeque Retail Pot Faces School Zoning Hurdle



Travis Khachatoorian 04/16/2014 DEBEQUE - School zoning could prove to be the biggest hurdle in DeBeque’s hopes to use retail marijuana to revitalize their downtown.

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Jeffco Telephone Town Hall



04/15/2014 Jefferson County Board of Commissioners is hosting a telephone town hall on Monday, April 21, at 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

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Grand Junction Hotel Alone in Welcoming Marijuana Smokers



Travis Khachatoorian 04/15/2014 GRAND JUNCTION - Marijuana smoking is banned in the majority of accommodation establishments on the Western Slope, but one Grand Junction hotel stands alone in welcoming pot into their hotel.

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