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Breckenridge to vote on Main Street pot sales



Bob Berwyn 11/08/2014 FRISCO - Breckenridge voters will have a chance to micro-manage their town’s regulation of legal marijuana sales next month, with a special election set to determine whether the herb and its derivatives will be sold on Main Street.

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Buck: Breckenridge Town Council should take a stand on marijuana issue



Eric C. Buck, 09/12/2014 How disappointing it was to see the Breckenridge Town Council duck its responsibility to take a leadership position on the issue of marijuana on Main Street.

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Cure Organic Farms fighting major marijuana greenhouse operation in Boulder County



Thomas Mitchell 05/29/2014 Cure Organic Farms may be facing an uncertain future. When a Colorado community doesn't want a marijuana cultivation warehouse, some people assume that the area is anti-pot and, therefore, anti-Colorado.

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Online petition started asking White House to support states' right to legalize marijuana



11/14/2012 Steamboat Springs - Now that the We the People petition website is front and center, another online petition has been started to ask the White House to support a law respecting the rights of states to legalize, regulate and tax marijuana. https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/support-law-protecting-states-rights-legalize-regulate-and-tax-marijuana-alcohol/QBDs6Gkk

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Kittitian contortionist faces deportation from the US over drug charge



Suelika N. Creque 6/2/2010 BASSETERRE, St. Kitts – A male Kittitian, who has been residing in the United States for a number of years and known for his flexibility, performing as a contortionist, is now facing deportation due to a minor marijuana charge. Ibashi-i (pronounced E-bash-E), known for performing his feats during National Carnivals, went to the United States in 1984 to perform at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, according to an AOL News Report. The site reported that he moved to Boulder, Colorado a few years later and soon began ‘busking’ on Pearl Street.

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