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Pot firms seek city licenses

peter roper 07/08/2014 Pueblo’s planning office already has received five applications for marijuana businesses, now that the city’s July 1 deadline has passed, ending Pueblo’s moratorium on recreational pot businesses.

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Pot businesses waiting for deadline to pass

peter roper 06/24/2014 Four applications to run recreational marijuana growing, product-making or testing businesses are waiting to be submitted to Pueblo city officials on July 1.

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Pueblo City Council approves pot licensing plan

PETER ROPER 06/23/2014 City Council gave its final approval to a licensing ordinance for recreational marijuana growers, product manufacturers and testing businesses Monday night. Council members Chris Nicoll and Eva Montoya voted against the measure. They oppose marijuana businesses in the city.

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First hurdle cleared for Durango's marijuana rules

Sarah Mueller 06/04/2014 After wading through the weeds for months, the Durango City Council gave initial approval to new retail and medical marijuana rules scheduled to take effect July 1. The ordinances the council, absent Councilor Dean Brookie, approved Tuesday night need a second vote for final approval.

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City, county to roll out marijuana regs

Sarah Mueller 05/04/2014 There’s a lot to weed through when talking about pot. Pot discussions may reach new highs Tuesday when both the city of Durango and La Plata County will hold public hearings on draft retail marijuana regulations and revised medical marijuana code.

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Push To Erase Cannabis Crimes Of Past Now That Pot’s Legal

05/01/2014 DENVER - There is a push to erase cannabis crimes of the past now that pot is legal in Colorado. Amendment 64, which made marijuana possession and consumption legal in Colorado, was approved by voters on Nov. 6, 2012. Gov. John Hickenlooper signed the bill into law December 10, 2012.

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