Amendment 64

2:43pm

Wed October 24, 2012
Law

Three Ballot Measures Would OK Pot Beyond Medicine

Originally published on Wed October 24, 2012 3:53 pm

A marijuana bud at a marijuana dispensary in Denver. Colorado, Oregon and Washington could become the first to legalize marijuana this fall.
Ed Andrieski AP

Marijuana legalization is back on the ballot this year. California voters defeated a legalization proposal in 2010, but now similar measures have cropped up in three more Western states. This time around, some of the most intense opposition is coming from the earlier pioneers of legalization — the medical marijuana industry.

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7:27am

Mon October 22, 2012
Business

VIDEO: 60 Minutes Looks At Colorado's Marijuana "Green Rush"

Screencap from the 60 Minutes report 'Rocky Mountain High'
60 Minutes cbsnews.com

1:43pm

Fri October 19, 2012
Politics

Libertarian Presidential Candidate Rallies Fort Collins Supporters on State, Local Marijuana Issues

Gary Johnson (right) poses with a supporter in Fort Collins.
Grace Hood KUNC

Libertarian Presidential Candidate and former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson addressed dozens of supporters in Fort Collins Friday about national security, a balanced budget and the war on drugs.

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4:52pm

Tue September 18, 2012
Politics

Amendment 64: To Legalize Pot or Not...

Yes on 64: credit - Campaign To Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol. No on 64: credit: Smart Colorado
  • Bente Birkeland reporting from the state capitol

This November Colorado will be one of three states deciding whether to legalize the recreational use of marijuana. Supporters of Amendment 64 have raised more than a million dollars for their campaign. There’s also broad opposition to the measure.

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4:49pm

Tue September 18, 2012
Politics

Amendment 64: Who's Bankrolling What?

Torben Hansen Flickr - Creative Commons

Colorado’s ballot initiative to legalize marijuana possession is billed by one leading local advocate as “a grassroots effort here on the ground,” but an examination of contributions to the campaign tell a far different story.

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