No longer ignored, Pueblo, Co. transforms from Steel City to the Napa Valley of Weed - Cannabis News

Increasingly, marijuana advocates say, Pueblo is turning into the Napa Valley of Weed for those seeking to grow, buy or sell the leafy green plant illegal in much of the world.

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Colorado county using $425K in local pot taxes for college scholarships – Cannabis News

Pueblo County expands its cannabis-funded scholarships with eye on having high school graduates enroll at local colleges.

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Denver starts work on allowing pot in public, a first in U.S. – Cannabis News

DENVER (AP) -- Denver is starting work on becoming the first city in the nation to allow marijuana clubs and public pot use in places such as coffee shops, yoga studios and art galleries.

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Denver starts work on allowing pot in public, a first in U.S. – Cannabis News

DENVER (AP) -- Denver is starting work on becoming the first city in the nation to allow marijuana clubs and public pot use in places such as coffee shops, yoga studios and art galleries.

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Say Hello To Cannabis Cafes In Denver - Voters Approve Social Use Program – Cannabis News

Denverites will soon be able to enjoy cannabis in designated public places thanks to the passing of Ballot Measure 300 - or the Neighborhood-Supported Cannabis Consumption Pilot Program (NSCCPP) - on Nov. 8.

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Say Hello To Cannabis Cafes In Denver - Voters Approve Social Use Program – Cannabis News

Denverites will soon be able to enjoy cannabis in designated public places thanks to the passing of Ballot Measure 300 - or the Neighborhood-Supported Cannabis Consumption Pilot Program (NSCCPP) - on Nov. 8.

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Medical marijuana advocates in Texas look for a big 2017 – Cannabis News

AUSTIN - The latest polls show voters are poised to legalize marijuana in all five states with initiatives on the ballot this November. For marijuana advocates in Texas and elsewhere, the new year could begin with the wind strongly at their backs.

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Medical marijuana advocates in Texas look for a big 2017 – Cannabis News

AUSTIN - The latest polls show voters are poised to legalize marijuana in all five states with initiatives on the ballot this November. For marijuana advocates in Texas and elsewhere, the new year could begin with the wind strongly at their backs.

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Marijuana sales tax revenue huge boon for Colorado cities – Marijuana News

From small towns that barely dot the map to the state’s largest urban areas, revenue from retail marijuana sales is helping communities address homelessness, send children to college, patch potholes, secure water rights and fund an array of projects.

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Governor who called legalization 'reckless' now says Colorado's pot industry is working – Marijuana News

Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper appears to have softened his views on marijuana legalization.

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Colorado pot shops have already sold $270 million of marijuana in 2016 – Marijuana News

In the first three months of 2016, Colorado pot shops sold more than $270 million in cannabis and related products, according to new figures from the state Department of Revenue.

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Marijuana advocates praise Supreme Court's refusal to hear lawsuit – Marijuana News

OKLAHOMA CITY – Marijuana legalization advocates praised the U.S. Supreme Court’s refusal to consider a lawsuit initiated by Oklahoma and Nebraska challenging Colorado’s recreational and medical marijuana laws.

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No decision from U.S. Supreme Court on Colorado marijuana case – Marijuana News

The U.S. Supreme Court did not make a decision Monday on whether to hear a lawsuit brought against Colorado over marijuana legalization.

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No decision from U.S. Supreme Court on Colorado marijuana case – Marijuana News

The U.S. Supreme Court did not make a decision Monday on whether to hear a lawsuit brought against Colorado over marijuana legalization.

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Supreme Court postpones marijuana case for Antonin Scalia memorial ceremony – Marijuana News

The Supreme Court was scheduled to confer over a major marijuana case Feb. 19 but has postponed the meeting due to late Justice Antonin Scalia’s memorial ceremony at the Supreme Court falling on the same day, according a SCOTUS Blog report.

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Colorado marijuana sales skyrocket to nearly $1 billion in 2015 – Marijuana News

$996,184,788 — that's the final tally for Colorado marijuana sales as December 2015 figures show a record-setting finish.

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This Is What A Cannabis Wedding Looks Like – Marijuana News

The niche industry for cannabis weddings is new but booming.

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Kansas holds children of Colorado veteran who uses medical marijuana – Marijuana News

Raymond Schwab, an honorably discharged veteran, moved to Colorado last year to get treated for post-traumatic stress and chronic pain with medical marijuana. He didn't expect Kansas would take his children in return.

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Kansas Attempting to Prove Colorado Marijuana is Wreaking Havoc on State – Marijuana News

Image: Kansas Highway Patrol Facebook Page via Westword.com

Last month, the federal government sided with Colorado in a lawsuit filed with the U.S. Supreme Court by Oklahoma and Nebraska, which claim that Colorado's marijuana laws should be dismantled due to residual harm being caused across state lines. Kansas hasn't joined the suit, but its attorney general, Derek Schmidt, appears to be gathering evidence that would bolster the case being made by these states.

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Kansas Attempting to Prove Colorado Marijuana is Wreaking Havoc on State – Marijuana News

Image: Kansas Highway Patrol Facebook Page via Westword.com

Last month, the federal government sided with Colorado in a lawsuit filed with the U.S. Supreme Court by Oklahoma and Nebraska, which claim that Colorado's marijuana laws should be dismantled due to residual harm being caused across state lines. Kansas hasn't joined the suit, but its attorney general, Derek Schmidt, appears to be gathering evidence that would bolster the case being made by these states.

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