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Fortune to Honor Cannabis Industry Innovator Jessica Billingsley of MJ Freeway

09/16/2015 DENVER - Jessica Billingsley, Co-Founder and COO of MJ Freeway Business Solutions, will be the first woman ever from the cannabis industry to accept the prestigious 2015 Fortune Most Promising Women Entrepreneur Award.

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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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Gas & Grass: Could buying weed at the gas station be the next big thing in Colorado?

Eric Lupher 09/12/2015 COLORADO SPRINGS - The next big marijuana trend may have just hit the ground running in Colorado Springs. Soon, people there will be able to get gas and buy weed. 7NEWS found a place called Gas & Grass owned by Native Roots on the east side of the city.

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Marijuana shops expect big crowds for tax holiday

Scott N. Miller 09/13/2015 EAGLE COUNTY - Marijuana enthusiasts can add one more holiday to their calendars. On Wednesday, recreational pot will be sold without state-added taxes.

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EDITORIAL: Colorado unleashes tax-free pot

By: The Gazette editorial 09/15/2015 For advocates of marijuana anarchy, holidays don't get better than this. Wednesday is Colorado's famous/infamous tax-free pot day. Stores are stocking up for record-setting sales. It's a good week to keep especially close watch on teenagers and younger children who may be vulnerable to a sudden surge in the pot supply.

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Boulder-based Surna retires former CEO’s shares worth $2.8M

Doug Storum 08/12/2015 BOULDER - Surna Inc. (OTCQB: SRNA), a Boulder-based tech company that engineers equipment for controlled-environment agriculture with expertise in cannabis cultivation, announced Wednesday it has retired 21,428,023 shares of its common stock, valued at approximately $2.8 million, that were previously held by Tom Bollich, Surna’s former chief executive.

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