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5:00am

Thu April 5, 2012
Politics

Unraveling Medical Marijuana Public Opinion in Colorado

Opponents failed to defeat a Fort Collins initiative last fall that shut out medical marijuana dispensaries. While more communities across the state are attempting to ban shops, recent polls show a majority of Coloradans support legalization of pot.
Grace Hood KUNC

Three Colorado towns voted to ban the sale of medical marijuana in municipal elections this week. The move comes the same year proponents are seeking to legalize use of marijuana across the state. 

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4:58am

Thu April 5, 2012
inTune Station Blog

From the Desk of President Neil Best: April 2012

Dear Friends,

My friend Doug Price, President and CEO of RMPBS, has an observation about our current media climate that I believe is very worthy of sharing.

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2:00pm

Wed April 4, 2012
Business

Private Company Wants to Bring Cell Service to Glenwood Canyon

ellenm1 Flickr - Creative Commons

Cell phones are everywhere but cell service is another story especially on the road. Whatever one thinks about driving and cell phone use, there is no service along a 12 mile stretch of I-70 in the Glenwood Canyon.

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1:07pm

Wed April 4, 2012
Environment

Crowd Expected at Windsor 'Fracking' Forum

Windsor is one of several cities and towns along the Front Range that’s experiencing a surge in oil and gas drilling and the controversial practice of hydraulic fracturing, and some residents worried about the impacts of the boom are planning to gather at a public forum there Wednesday night.

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12:57pm

Wed April 4, 2012
Business

State Business Leaders Most Optimistic Since 2004

Business Research Division - Leeds School of Business University of Colorado Boulder

Colorado business leaders have a more optimistic outlook going into the second quarter of this year.That’s according to the University of Colorado’s Leeds Business Confidence Index.

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