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Governor John Hickenlooper recently compared adult marijuana use to drinking a beer in the afternoon.
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Director Daniel Junge, left, will be screening "Beyond the Brick: A Lego Brickumentary," above, at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York.
Students continue to add tape to the webbing that holds Blakley Wallace, principal of Heath Middle School, in place on the wall during a special assembly Friday afternoon at Heath Middle School in Greeley.
An America flag stands along side Gov. John Hickenlooper as he speaks to during the Rotary Club luncheon Thursday at Greeley Country Club.
Testimony was expected this week on Rep. Jonathan Singer's House Bill 1364, which would add post-traumatic stress disorder to the list of debilitating medical conditions for the purposes of the use of medical marijuana.
The ancient proverb can be a handy one in politics and diplomacy - how else could the West stomach Joseph Stalin against the Nazis? But it's too big of a compromise on petty, small issues.
Rarely do you hear squeals of glee when people are told the oil boys are coming to town.
A Colorado ethics commission charges five times what is allowed by law for copies of records obtained under the state open records act.
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It's not quite that simple, but one of the most successful arguments in favor of legalizing marijuana is that doing so will give a significant boost to states' coffers.
Some of y'all may have read the Observer's deep investigation into, um, tater tots in Colorado.
Jaared Polis really doesn't care what anyone else thinks. If you saw the Colorado congressman speaking on the House floor last month wearing a clip-on bowtie with a polo shirt under his blazer, you know what I'm talking about.
A bill aimed at helping address one of Colorado's most pressing agriculture and water issues was signed into law this past week by Gov. John Hickenlooper.
The City of Fort Morgan will receive about $1 million from state and federal agencies to help restore the Riverside Park ball fields that were destroyed during last year's floods.
Colorado lawmakers on Tuesday approved a $23 billion budget, sending to the governor a spending plan for next year that pours more money into public education and funds an aerial firefighting fleet.
Lawmakers approved a $23 billion budget for Colorado next year, sending to the governor a spending plan that increases money for public schools, colleges, and funds an aerial firefighting fleet.