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Colorado lawmakers want to stop employers from firing people for using weed in their personal time

Two Colorado lawmakers want to pass a law to protect workers who use marijuana when they’re off the clock.

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Colorado lawmakers consider bill to automatically clear past marijuana convictions

One key detail could determine whether an upcoming bill in Colorado’s statehouse stands to affect hundreds of thousands of people, or perhaps just a few hundred.

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Colorado’s marijuana industry opened to outside investors

Colorado’s prohibition on publicly traded cannabis companies, which dates back to legalization and was preserved by former Gov. John Hickenlooper, is now a relic of the past.

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Coloradans can soon get medical marijuana in place of opioids

Colorado doctors will soon be able to recommend medical marijuana to treat any condition they’ve been prescribing painkillers for.

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Denver company avoids Colorado ban on publicly traded pot companies

As Colorado’s legislature considers whether to allow publicly traded cannabis companies to operate in the state, one such company in Denver has been doing so for months.

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Almost half of Colorado’s marijuana money can go wherever lawmakers wish

The Marijuana Tax Cash Fund is the largest pool of pot money in the state, and there are more than 60 different ways state lawmakers spend those dollars across Colorado.

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Marijuana advocates, state lawmakers blast Hickenlooper over his veto of three cannabis bills

Four state lawmakers joined a group of marijuana advocates on Thursday in blasting Gov. John Hickenlooper over his veto of three pot bills, saying the term-limited Democrat’s decisions threaten Colorado’s place as a leader on cannabis and hurt patients, consumers and businesses.

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The Spot newsletter: Masterpiece Cakeshop ruling and its impacts, Hickenlooper’s veto-palooza, Denver’s scooter-palooza and an election 2018 how-to

Welcome back to The Spot, where The Denver Post’s politics team captures what’s happening this week — from the Colorado legislature to Denver city hall, with a stop through the halls of Congress in Washington, D.C.

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In record-setting veto, Hickenlooper rejects bill adding autism to conditions eligible for medical marijuana

Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper on Tuesday vetoed a bill that would have added autism to the list of conditions eligible under state law for medical marijuana treatment.

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School nurses can treat students with medical marijuana, thanks to law green-lit by Gov. Hickenlooper

Colorado law already permitted parents to give their children medical marijuana at school, usually to treat seizures. The new law signed this week by Gov. John Hickenlooper allows parents to bring medical marijuana to the school nurse’s office for children who have medical marijuana cards.

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