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Pueblo City Council extends retail marijuana moratorium for third time



Michelle San Miguel 03/09/2015 PUEBLO - Retail marijuana stores won't be allowed to open in the city anytime soon. Pueblo City Council voted 6-1 on Monday to once again extend the moratorium on retail pot stores. It lasts until April 27, 2015.

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Our View: Pot experiment seems to be working



02/20/2015 After the first full year of legalized retail sales of marijuana in Steamboat Springs, we’ve seen that even in its infancy, it’s a multi-million dollar industry that will only grow. And we’ve been unable to detect any alarming signs that weed is going to undermine Steamboat’s stature as a wholesome place to live and visit.

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Pot sales for 2014 total $16.3M



JEFF TUCKER 02/06/2015 The final numbers for the first year of recreational marijuana sales in Pueblo County ended on a high note. The retail pot stores in Pueblo reported sales of $1.3 million in December, up from November’s $1.18 million.

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Pueblo County receiving the benefits of retail pot



Carl Winder 01/11/2014 PUEBLO COUNTY - The recreational marijuana rush is alive and thriving. People are coming from all over the world to get their hands on the legalized product. The new marijuana laws have been in effect for 11 days, and one pot shop has made more than a $100,000.

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Pot opponents unsurprised by donations



JEFF TUCKER 11/01/2014 News that Pueblo County Commissioner Sal Pace has received the lion’s share of marijuana campaign contributions in Pueblo came as little surprise to county residents who’ve spoken out against the proliferation of new retail pot stores in Pueblo County.

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Erie eyes permanent ban on retail marijuana establishments



Doug Pike 10/14/2014 Erie has operated under a moratorium on retail marijuana establishments for the past 21 months. On Tuesday night, the town Board of Trustees reviewed an ordinance that would finally make the restrictions permanent.

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Premature verdict on pot from Hickenlooper?



By The Denver Post Editorial Board 10/07/2014 The fact that Gov. John Hickenlooper believes it was "reckless" for voters to legalize marijuana in 2012, as he said in a recent debate, should hardly be a surprise.

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Task force says ‘no’ to pot in Jeffco



Amy Woodward 09/29/14 The Jeffco Marijuana Task Force presented its final report to the Board of County Commissioners and recommended prohibiting retail pot stores in unincorporated Jeffco despite a few dissenting opinions from members on the task force.

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