Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper is exploring whether to release nearly 40 inmates convicted of nonviolent marijuana offenses.
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With a new session underway, legislation to allow special districts to collect a voter-approved tax on recreational marijuana sales is poised for easy passage.
Colorado lawmaker Dan Pabon dismissed a letter from Attorney General Jeff Sessions expressing concerns about the state’s marijuana industry as a “political ploy.”
President Donald Trump’s administration is talking tough on marijuana and creating an unusual alliance: pot smokers and the conservative Koch political network.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock’s administration banned the organizer of this year’s 4/20 rally from hosting the event for three years citing a series of violations at the marijuana celebration.
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