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The Denver Post | 02/27/2015
 Colorado bill to register marijuana caregivers passes committee
Joey Bunch
A state Senate committee on Thursday unanimously approved a bill that would require medical marijuana caregivers to register and allows state agencies to share enough information to ensure pot grown for medicine isn`t sold illegally. While pot sold for recreational use has been subject to a battery of tests and regulations since it became legal last year, medical marijuana has gone relatively unregulated, requiring only that caregivers be at least 18 years old and have ``significant responsibility`` for the care of a licensed medical marijuana user. THE CANNABIST Colorado....
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The Huffington Post | 02/20/2015
 Group Urges Holiday Inn Boycott Following Lawsuit To Shut Down Colorado Marijuana Industry
Matt Ferner
One of the nations largest marijuana policy reform groups is calling for a nationwide boycott of Holiday Inn after a hotel management company that owns a Holiday Inn in Colorado filed a federal lawsuit Thursday aiming to shut down the states legal and regulated marijuana program. Marijuana Policy Project urged a boycott of the hotel brand after New Vision Hotels Two, LLC filed a lawsuit claiming that they have already lost business at their Holiday Inn location in Frisco, Colorado, and fear that the brand could be damaged due to a nearby state-legal retail marijuana shop a....
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The Denver Post | FEB 19, 2015,
 Colorado residents suing to halt recreational marijuana sales
Ricardo Baca
Two federal lawsuits filed in U.S. District Court in Colorado on Thursday morning against the states politicians, public servants and businesses aim to end the sale of recreational marijuana in this state, according to attorney David H. Thompson, who represents the plaintiffs in both cases. Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper is among the defendants named in the lawsuits, which focus on property owners rights under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act aka RICO, a federal statute meant to eliminate the infiltration of organized crime and racketeering into legi....
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NORML | February 19, 2015
 31 States Are Considering Marijuana Law Reform, Is Yours One of Them?

Erik Altieri
At post time, there are 31 states that currently have pending marijuana law reform legislation. These measures deal with a wide array of topics including decriminalization, record expungement, medical access, and full legalization. 2015 is shaping up to be one of the most active legislative sessions on record for the marijuana legalization movement, but these bills wont pass themselves. It is absolutely crucial that you, the stakeholders and voters, get engaged in the process and apply pressure to your state lawmakers to urge them to support these measures. Reaching out to....
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The Denver Post | FEB 18, 2015
 Stripped-down Colorado MMJ bill gets prelim OK in Senate
Kristen Wyatt
Colorados attempts to make medical marijuana regulations more like recreational pot rules are running into trouble at the state Legislature. Colorado is the only state that regulates the sale of pot for both medical and recreational purposes. A bill to renew the states medical pot regulations won preliminary approval in the Senate on Wednesday. But that was only after ruling Republicans stripped many of bills controversial elements, including a crackdown on medical pot growers and new rules requiring edible pot to be refrigerated. The measure now renews Colorado medical ....
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Seattle PI | February 18, 2015
 Delusional D.C. group suing to stop legal marijuana, protect white kids
Jake Ellison
Since black and Latino young men are at least four times more likely to be arrested for marijuana than white kids, one can only assume that the kids this group is trying to protect by suing Colorado and others involved in the legalization of marijuana are white kids who use marijuana but just dont get arrested nearly as much for it. marijuanaarrestratesbyraceyear So, apparently, they need to be protected from legal weed because the black market is just fine and filling prisons with black people must be even better. Heres what Safe Streets says about a suit it plans to f....
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The Denver Post | FEB 18, 2015
 Another pot lawsuit: D.C. group plans suit against Colorado and its cannabis
John Ingold
A Washington, D.C.-based group opposed to the legalization of marijuana has announced plans to sue the state of Colorado in federal court, in the hopes of closing the states pot stores. The Safe Streets Alliance, which touts itself as a non-profit national organization founded over two decades ago to reduce violent crime in America, plans to announce the lawsuit on Thursday in a news conference on the Colorado Capitols east steps. According to information posted on the groups website, the lawsuit will name both Colorado officials and several prominent participants of the....
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The Denver Post | Feb 17, 2015
 Colorado Cannabis Chamber wants more regulations on pot caregivers
Joey Bunch
It cant be often that a chamber of commerce calls for more regulations, but that happened Tuesday when the Colorado Cannabis Chamber of Commerce threw its weight behind legislation to clamp down on people growing medical marijuana. Senate Bill 14 sponsored by Sen. Irene Aguilar, D-Denver, and Rep. Jonathan Singer, D-Longmont would require marijuana caregivers to register and get a license from the state. That would help law enforcement know who is a growing only the amount authorized for the number of patients they have and whos breaking the law. The bill also would requ....
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