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Aurora expects pot revenue to double in 2016



Carlos Illescas 09/14/2015 Revenue from marijuana sales in Aurora is expected to more than double next year compared to this year, as a handful of pot cultivation facilities and retail shops are slated to open in 2016.

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Aurora eyes ordinance to thwart Adams County pot tax



09/14/2015 AURORA - City Council is poised to escalate its fight over marijuana sales tax with Adams County during Monday night’s study session, slated to begin at 5:30 p.m. Sept. 14.

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Aurora considers change in pot plant limits



Noelle Phillips 07/07/2015 AURORA - The city of Aurora is considering a change in the number of pot plants allowed in home-grown operations. Under the proposal, the city would allow a total of 12 plants per household.

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Jeffco board asks for non-retail pot options for unincorporated areas



Joe Vaccarelli 05/29/2015 GOLDEN - It's unlikely that unincorporated Jefferson County will see retail marijuana shops soon, although the Board of Commissioners could be on board with allowing testing facilities in the near future.

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3 cities sue Adams County over recreational pot taxes



05/29/2015 Three cities are suing Adams County to stop it from collecting taxes from recreational marijuana businesses already being taxed by the cities and the state.

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Marijuana industry making metro Denver warehouse space scarce



Jon Bowman 05/06/2015 DENVER - Near East 6th Avenue and Laredo Street in Aurora, about 50 auto repair shops are looking for new spaces as the marijuana industry is gobbling up warehouse space by offering top dollar to property owners.

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Colorado Springs store faces $1 million penalty for selling spice



Elizabeth Hernandez 04/29/2015 Colorado Attorney General Cynthia H. Coffman announced Wednesday that a record $1 million civil penalty was secured by the state against a former Colorado Springs convenience store that illegally sold synthetic marijuana, commonly known as "spice."

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