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Marijuana industry groups push for regulation amid national vaping-related illness crisis

Colorado marijuana industry members are pushing for new rules and more stringent regulation, including a potential ban on certain additives found in vaping devices, amid a nationwide crisis over a mysterious lung disease linked to e-cigarettes and marijuana vape pens.

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Jared Polis taps marijuana industry veteran to lead Colorado pot policy. It’s a notable change.

The move to hire a marijuana industry veteran marks a notable change from the previous administration, which tapped people from politics or law enforcement. Industry watchers say the hire is a win for the pro-marijuana camp.

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Marijuana tax money targeted for Colorado’s full-day kindergarten rollout

Colorado lawmakers have hit on a funding source to help struggling school districts cover up to $25 million in startup costs as they expand full-day kindergarten this fall: marijuana taxes.

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Future of public pot smoking in Denver may be impacted as International Church of Cannabis co-founder heads to court Tuesday

Marijuana experts are watching to see how Steve Berke’s case might address a tricky question of what is considered “open and public” marijuana consumption.

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Podcast: Where did all of Colorado’s marijuana money go?

Denver Post reporters David Migoya and Jon Murray discuss their reporting in the three-part series “State of Marijuana” and how pot money has affected communities across Colorado.

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Where did all of Colorado’s pot money go? The Post set out to answer that question

As Colorado began its fourth year of legalized recreational marijuana in 2018, The Denver Post decided it was important to let readers know about the state of the industry as its fifth anniversary loomed.

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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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VIDEOS: Understanding where Colorado’s marijuana money goes

Since 2014, a lot of money has been spent on the green stuff, but where does all the marijuana tax money go? These videos explain the two state taxes on retail marijuana in Colorado: A 15 percent excise tax that wholesale marijuana buyers pay and a 15 percent sales tax that consumers pay on retail marijuana.

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A look at legal marijuana’s impact on 7 cities and towns across Colorado

From the smallest hamlets to Colorado’s capital, dozens of communities have allowed sales of recreational marijuana since legalization took effect.

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Ridgway: The (cleaner) Gateway to the San Juans, thanks to marijuana

Since its creation as a railway headquarters for the Rio Grande Southern Railroad in 1890, the town of Ridgway has often found itself dependent on the traffic that heads through on the way to nearby Telluride and Ouray.

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