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The Denver Post | Aug 27, 2015
 Denver-based Green Jane acquires Green CO2 of Fort Collins

Alicia Wallace
Denvers Green Jane Inc., a provider of product, business acceleration services and real estate to the cannabis industry, has acquired Fort Collins-based carbon-dioxide equipment firm Green CO2, the companies announced Thursday. Financial terms of the deal between the two privately held firms were undisclosed. Green CO2 provides CO2 equipment and filling services for restaurants and has expanded the service into the cannabis industry for indoor grow operations, said Andy Obermueller, a Green Jane spokesman. Green CO2 is our prototypical acquisition. Its an existing busine....
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The Denver Post | AUG 27, 2015
 Update: Symbol for Colorado edibles gets a tweak, stop sign nixed

The Associated Press
Colorado has backed off a plan to require edible marijuana products to come with a stop-sign stamp. State marijuana regulators released an updated proposal this week detailing the states upcoming requirement that pot-infused cookies, brownies and other foods have a distinct look when outside the packaging. Editorial: A stop sign is akin to asking the industry to put a skull and cross bones on items, writes Denver Post Editorial Board NEW: Get podcasts of The Cannabist Show. Subscribe to our newsletter here. Watch The Cannabist Show. The Marijuana Enforcement Division or....
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The Huffington Post | 08/26/2015
It turns out government can be pretty good at this.
 Pioneer Pot States Have Collected More Than $200 Million In Marijuana Taxes
Matt Ferner
The first two states to legalize recreational marijuana have collectively raked in at least $200 million in marijuana tax revenue, according to the latest tax data -- and they`re putting those dollars to good use. In Colorado, after about a year and a half of legal recreational marijuana sales, the state has collected more than $117 million in excise taxes from both the recreational and medical marijuana markets, according to the most recent data from the Colorado Department of Revenue. Washington state got a slower start. Its retail shops didn`t begin selling recreation....
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Cortez Journal | Thursday, August 27, 2015 | Cortez
Council passes ordinance that clarifies regs
 Personal outdoor pot growing banned
Jessica Gonzalez
Its now illegal in Cortez to grow pot outdoors for personal use. An ordinance passed this week by the Cortez City Council clarified previous ordinances that banned outdoor grows for medical and retail marijuana, but didnt cover outdoor grows for personal use. The new ordinance also adds consistency and clarification to the Cortez land-use and municipal codes. This is just to give us a handle on outdoor cultivation. The ordinances now are currently unclear. This clears it up and makes it illegal, said City Attorney Mike Green, who added that hes been fielding questions an....
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marijuana politics | August 27, 2015
 Consider the Source: New Colorado Poll Showing Decreased Marijuana Support Cant Be Trusted

Alibi Pierce
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Stop The Drug War | August 26, 2015
California still has some problems with the feds, dispensaries open in Nevada and get licensed in Illinois, an Oklahoma initiative campaign is gearing up, and more.
 Medical Marijuana Update

California Last Thursday, a federal appeals court rejected Oakland`s lawsuit backing the Harborside dispensary. The 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld a lower court ruling dismissing Oakland`s lawsuit against the Justice Department and the Northern California US Attorney`s office. The city had argued that closing the dispensary would deprive it of tax revenues and increase crime by creating a black market for marijuana. Then US Attorney Melinda Haag moved in 2012 to seize Harborside, claiming it violated federal law by selling medical marijuana. The case continues e....
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