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Erie to survey residents prior to retail pot decision



Alex Burness 03/11/2015 Depending on the results of an upcoming resident survey, Erie leaders say the town could act as early as this summer to reverse an existing moratorium on recreational marijuana shops.

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State health department seeks separate AG opinion on student health survey



Ann Schimke 03/03/2015 After the State Board of Education received an assistant attorney general’s opinion last Friday stating that parents must give written consent before students can take the biennial Healthy Kids Colorado Survey, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment decided to seek its own opinion from the attorney general’s office on the subject.

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Nebraska push to crack down on marijuana edibles could face 'rough sledding,' Chambers says



ZACH PLUHACEK 03/06/2015 Law enforcement's push to ensure people caught with marijuana-laced edibles face felony charges, even for a first offense, could face "rough sledding" in the Legislature, Omaha Sen. Ernie Chambers warned Friday.

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Law enforcement grapple with new open container weed law



Dorothy Atkins 01/11/2014 When it comes to weed, what does an open container law mean? That’s a question law enforcement officials are asking themselves from Denver to Aspen as legislative rules that regulate the sale and consumption of the mind-altering substance go into effect across the state.

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Student Marijuana Use on the Rise



William Woody 09/11/2014 MONTROSE – Marijuana-related drug offenses are on the rise in district schools, members of the Montrose County School Board learned Tuesday. Although reports suggest a mounting trend, more data is needed to ascertain which student groups are most at risk, and what resources are available to reduce these offenses.

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