Cannabis in Oregon

EDITORIAL: Federal report shows damning and deadly trends



By: The Gazette Editorial Board 09/15/2015 In the last year, problems of public health and safety associated with, and caused by, marijuana use have worsened, according to an annual report issued Tuesday by the Rocky Mountain High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area.

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Colorado's recreational pot: social experiment or strategic plan? op/ed



Michael J. Long At Arrow Electronics, we work and think five years out. We focus our attention on the near future, where we can turn possibility into practicality. This approach helps to explain why Arrow is the largest company in Colorado, and it can give us a positive way to think about the future of our state.

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Weed report for Wheat Ridge



Nick Evans 08/26/2015 Wheat Ridge Police Chief Dan Brennan hosted a presentation on the effects of marijuana and how it impacts the community.

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Campaign launched for pot tax to fund schools



Charles Ashby 08/30/2015 The campaign effort to get Coloradans to approve the only statewide measure on this year’s ballot went live last week, and the man behind it is hoping voters take the time to understand why a third marijuana question is before them.

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Caregiver grow rules up this week



JEFF TUCKER 08/09/2015 Pueblo County has taken its time with new regulations on private growers of medical marijuana, but it appears that a vote may finally be coming.

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Commissioners approve medical marijuana cultivation ordinance for caregivers and individuals growing their own



Lynda James 08/01/2015 A stricter ordinance than the one adopted in 2012 was approved by Park County’s Board of County Commissioners July 23 on a final reading for medical marijuana caregivers and registered individuals growing their own medical marijuana.

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Charges are pending in pot raid



Charles Ashby 07/11/2015 The Delta County Sheriff’s Office anticipates filing charges in relation to an illegal marijuana grow operation deputies discovered near Cedaredge late last month, but that may not happen for several more weeks, Sheriff Fred McKee said Friday.

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