Adams County

Aurora eyes ordinance to thwart Adams County pot tax



09/14/2015 AURORA - City Council is poised to escalate its fight over marijuana sales tax with Adams County during Monday night’s study session, slated to begin at 5:30 p.m. Sept. 14.

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New pot club in Englewood highlights public consumption conundrum



John Aguilar 07/12/2015 ENGLEWOOD - Pot smoking just got a little easier in the Denver area — but no less fraught with controversy. A newly opened cannabis club here allows, for a fee, people ages 21 and older to spark a joint, pack a bowl or vape some THC concentrate with other like-minded weed enthusiasts.

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Christopher Gebers charged with murder in death of CSP cadet near Longmont



Mitchell Byars 06/01/2015 The driver accused of hitting and killing a Colorado State Patrol cadet and injuring a trooper near Longmont last month was formally charged Monday with 16 counts, including first-degree murder and attempted murder.

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Jeffco board asks for non-retail pot options for unincorporated areas



Joe Vaccarelli 05/29/2015 GOLDEN - It's unlikely that unincorporated Jefferson County will see retail marijuana shops soon, although the Board of Commissioners could be on board with allowing testing facilities in the near future.

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3 cities sue Adams County over recreational pot taxes



05/29/2015 Three cities are suing Adams County to stop it from collecting taxes from recreational marijuana businesses already being taxed by the cities and the state.

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Drug Task Force Gathers Students On 4/20 To Deliver Their Own Message About Pot



04/20/2015 WESTMINSTER, – The North Metro Drug Task Force is making sure children know that there are dangers associated with marijuana, and used the unofficial pot holiday of 4/20 to deliver the message.

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‘Donations’ for pot: It’s $30 per gram at the Cannabis Cup, but is this legal?



Jake Browne 04/19/2015 While sampling was rampant on the Cannabis Cup’s first day, you may be better off bringing your own. Out-of-state companies, along with Colorado businesses that don’t hold state licenses, were running low on samples by the end of Saturday after being swamped with visitors as the only outlets for free or paid samples.

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