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Marijuana study group meets in Cheyenne



Laura Hancock 07/29/2015 CHEYENNE - A 20-member council met for the first time Wednesday morning to talk about the potential impacts of legalized medical or recreational marijuana in Wyoming.

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Marijuana Report by Anti-Pot Group Continues Jihad Against Legalization



Michael Roberts 04/10/2015 Supporters of progressive marijuana policies who thought opponents would quickly raise the white flag after limited cannabis sales became law in Colorado seriously underestimated their persistence.

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Special report, 'Clearing the Haze:' Black market is thriving in Colorado



03/23/2015 A shrinking black market for marijuana was among the biggest benefits Colorado would realize from legalizing and regulating the drug, proponents of Amendment 64 promised in the months leading up to the state’s historic decision to sanction pot’s recreational use.

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Sheriffs sue Colorado over legal marijuana



Trevor Hughes 03/05/2015 DENVER - Sheriffs from Colorado and neighboring states Kansas and Nebraska say in a lawsuit to be filed Thursday that Colorado's marijuana law creates a "crisis of conscience" by pitting the state law against the Constitution and puts an economic burden on other states.

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Vermonters head to Colorado on marijuana mission



02/06/2015 A delegation of Vermonters will leave for Colorado this weekend to visit with a variety of stakeholders in that state’s legalized marijuana program.

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Marijuana Advocates and Opponents Argue Over Legal Pot's Impact on Crime and More



Michael Roberts 02/03/2015 Has limited access to legal marijuana created societal benefits in Colorado? Or has it caused a series of problems that are only getting worse? Depends on whether you're talking to cannabis advocates or opponents of greater access to pot.

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Jefferson County commissioners to study marijuana testing facilities



Joe Vaccarelli 01/07/2015 It's unlikely anyone would accuse Jefferson County commissioners of rushing when it comes to deciding a marijuana policy, but one issue could be settled soon.

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