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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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Glenwood Springs likely to revisit separation between pot shops



John Stroud 07/07/2015 Glenwood Springs City Council is considering a range of possible changes to the city’s marijuana business regulations, from limiting the overall number of shops to treating certain parts of town differently than others when defining the neighborhood that is being served.

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Pueblo City Council Tables Recreational Marijuana Vote in 2015



06/23/2015 Pueblo voters will not get a say about recreational marijuana shops opening in their city. At least not in 2015. City Council is putting off the discussion until 2016.

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Pioneer Pot States Did The Right Thing, Polls Show



Matt Ferner 05/20/2015 Support for legalized marijuana seems to be growing in Colorado and Washington state, which became the first U.S. states to regulate the weed for recreational use two years ago.

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House OKs measure to tweak retail pot tax



Charles Ashby 04/28/2015 DENVER - The Colorado House on Monday approved a proposed measure to this year’s ballot asking voters if all of the retail marijuana taxes they approved in 2013 should go only to those things they approved in that ballot question two years ago.

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Despite appeal from petitioners, Lyons won't look to ban retail pot



Alex Burness 04/21/2015 With the passage of a new ordinance that protects existing marijuana dispensaries in Lyons, the town's board sent a clear message this week that residents who petitioned earlier this year to ban retail pot are now on their own in that fight.

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Inside an underground Colorado cannabis club



Brian Koerber 04/20/2015 DENVER - Marijuana may be legal in the state of Colorado; however, plumes of smoke aren't exactly clouding the streets. That's because smoking or ingesting any form of cannabis in a public place is illegal in the state.

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