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Confirmed butane explosion at Denver home



Allison Sylte 11/06/2015 DENVER – A butane explosion related to marijuana caused significant damage to a Denver home and resulted in the closure of area roads, the Denver Fire Department confirms.

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Pesticide misuse puts pot plants at six Denver grow facilities on hold



Anthony Cotton 03/24/2015 The city of Denver has ordered a hold on some marijuana plants from six grow facilities after the discovery that pesticides may have been improperly used.

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Denver quarantines some commercial pot plants due to possible pesticides



Kristen Wyatt, AP, 03/23/2015 DENVER - The city of Denver has ordered commercial pot growers to quarantine hundreds of marijuana plants because of possible pesticide violations. http://us9.campaign-archive2.com/?u=1ecf2f6b6d7a4c61a767ba5f5&id=7308eac762

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Marijuana: Denver City Council Mulling Limits on Non-Licensed Grows



Thomas Mitchell 03/04/2015 The City and County of Denver's Department of Safety and Well-Being unanimously approved an amendment to Denver's municipal code that places a 36-plant limit on any non-residential zone lot in the city, except in a licensed marijuana cultivation facility. The vote will now go forward to the Denver City Council.

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2 people treated for exposure to synthetic cannabinoid powder at Denver police crime lab



Anica Padilla 12/15/2014 DENVER - Two employees were rushed to the hospital Monday after being exposed to synthetic cannabinoid powder at the Denver Police Department's crime lab. Firefighters responded to 1371 Cherokee Street at about 10:30 a.m., Lt. Mike Pylar with the Denver Fire Department confirmed.

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Small fire at Denver marijuana warehouse



Kirk Mitchell 12/06/2014 One person was treated for smoke inhalation early Saturday after a light fixture fell and ignited a fire at a Denver marijuana growing business, authorities say.

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Hash oil extraction blamed for Black Hawk explosion, fire



MARK MEREDITH 12/01/2014 BLACK HAWK - A day after a fire completely destroyed a home in Gilpin County, officials have determined the blaze was caused by an accidental explosion during the extraction of marijuana hash oil.

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