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Cannabytes: Feds Crack Down on MMJ Ads

This week, federal attorneys representing four California districts swore to crack down on media outlets that sell advertising space to care centers. According to federal law, "any newspaper, magazine, handbill...
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Game On: Tebow Named Starting QB

It’s official, Tim Tebow is now the starting quarterback for the Denver Broncos. I guess last Sunday’s game against the San Diego Chargers was the breaking point for Coach Fox, huh? After all it did look prett...
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Denver observes 9/11 anniversary

Funny thing, memory is. Regardless of how cognizant we think we are, or how hard we try, once-sharp details eventually blur and fade. But, despite the water-colored depths of our minds, how we felt at the time ...
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Cannabytes: The Right Approach to Legalization?

On Thursday, the Denver Post reported that "infighting" among cannabis legalization activists slows the local campaign for legalization. Westword followed up that afternoon with an interview with Mason Tvert, a...
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Are Pit Bulls Really That Dangerous?

A few days ago I heard yet another story of a “killer pit bull” on the attack. Apparently, the pit bull managed to jump a neighbor’s six-foot fence, mauling an unsuspecting dog in its own yard. The neighbor (a...
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Cannabytes: Banks Shut Down MMJ Accounts

The last refuge for honest cannabusiness owners will close its doors to them soon. Colorado Springs State Bank was, until recently, the only bank in the state of Colorado to publicly do business with the medica...
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Rocky Mountin’: Aspen on a Budget

Are you looking for an affordable weekend away where you are surrounded by some of the most beautiful mountain scenery in Colorado? Look no further, the Molly Gibson Lodge in Aspen, Colorado is pet-friendly a...
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Cannabytes: Is Colorado Ready for Legalization?

According to a recent Public Policy Polling survey, the majority of Colorado voters are in favor of the legalization of cannabis use. The survey, released last week, polled voters on a number of hot topics in Colorado's political climate. The question posed to voters was "Do you think marijuana usage should be legal or illegal?" 51% of respondents said they were in favor of legalization.
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Natural Highs: Chicago Lakes Trail

It's quite inspiring as a native Coloradoan to realize that people from all over the globe venture to our state to find the natural beauty that is sprinkled throughout the Rocky Mountains. Our state holds a ple...