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By Ricardo Baca

As we reported earlier this morning, “Coloradans could find out whether they have a right to use marijuana when the state Supreme Court takes up a major case Tuesday that will clarify cannabis’s place in the law.” Now you can watch the live stream from 9-10 a.m. MT.

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About five months ago, Temples singer James Bagshaw asked his Denver audience to stop smoking weed. A calm, reasonable request, he told the Bluebird Theater during his band’s headlining set that the fumes made it hard for him to sing. It was the psych-rock band’s first show in Denver.

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By Johnny Green Thanks for supporting Measure 91. This Sunday, the second-largest daily newspaper in Oregon joined the largest daily newspaper in Oregon to get behind the movement to regulate, legalize and tax marijuana. The Register-Guard in Eugene endorsed a Yes vote on Measure 91. Read their great piece here. “Removing the threat of a drug bust from the lives of nearly […] …read more

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Coloradans could find out whether they have a right to use marijuana when the state Supreme Court takes up a major case Tuesday that will clarify cannabis’s place in the law. Though the case focuses specifically on medical-marijuana use, the high court’s conclusions could also be applied to recreational marijuana use.

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By Johnny Green Friday, the Cuomo Administration sent a letter to Deputy Attorney General Cole following up on an earlier letter to U.S. Attorney General Holder sent on August 13, 2014. Both letters asked the Department of Justice (DOJ) to extend a narrow, time-limited exception to federal law to allow the importation of certain strains of medical marijuana […] …read more

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By Johnny Green As Oregon voters consider Measure 91, a bill on the November ballot that would regulate, legalize and tax marijuana for adults 21 and older, many are looking to how similar laws are affecting Colorado and Washington. Colorado began implementation of Amendment 64 in January of this year. According to the state’s department of revenue, the […] …read more

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