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REGIONAL NEWS July 22, 2016: Pot in the water in Colorado

Posted by   /  July 22, 2016  /  Courts, Energy and Environment, Family Law, Government and Politics, Law, Marijuana  /  No Comments

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Colorado town finds THC in its water, warns residents not to drink or bathe in it California’s top court rules in favor of Gov. Brown’s water project After four women accused a Utah State University student of sex assaults, no charges and no apparent discipline New Mexico sick leave proposal has enough signatures to go […]

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REGIONAL NEWS July 20, 2016: A cup of coffee and a big news scoop

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Jarrett Hill was sitting in a Los Angeles Starbucks scrolling through Twitter and answering Facebook messages while listening to Melania Trump's speech at the Republican National Convention on Monday night

A laid-off TV reporter in a Culver City Starbucks first uncovered borrowed passages in Melania Trump’s speech Additional waters closed as ‘unprecedented’ Utah Lake algal bloom moves north Four Colorado doctors suspended over medical marijuana recommendations Albuquerque PD’s new practice: Withhold video of shootings by police Summerlin leads sales among Las Vegas master-planned communities

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REGIONAL NEWS July 14, 2016: Utah, green group team up on lands bill

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Utah lawmakers unveil long-awaited lands bill, win support from green group Why home prices in Southern California keep climbing Five months into 2016, Colorado marijuana sales near half-billion mark New Mexico business ranking plummets Gaming regulators hear pitch for $2B project in historic west Las Vegas

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Marijuana candidate Sarappo drops out of race to keep Maricopa job

Posted by   /  July 14, 2016  /  Government and Politics, Marijuana  /  No Comments

Chris Sarappo was campaigning on a platform of legalizing recreational marijuana and using it to help fund schools.

By Ethan McSweeney |inMaricopa “The city has always had those rules in place,“but it’s rare that it actually comes up.” — Mayor Christian Price Chris Sarappo, a personal trainer at Copper Sky Recreation Center, is ending his independent, write-in campaign for the Arizona House of Representatives after the city of Maricopa informed him he is […]

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That slight smell of pot may lead to a legal police search

Posted by   /  July 10, 2016  /  Courts, Government and Politics, Marijuana  /  No Comments

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By Howard Fischer, Capitol Media Services via The Daily Courier In a case that would set new legal precedents, the Arizona Supreme Court will rule Monday whether the odor of marijuana is enough to give police legal reason for a search. The justices will decide whether the fact that voters in 2010 made marijuana legal […]

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REGIONAL NEWS July 9, 2016: Tale of two states with pot

Posted by   /  July 9, 2016  /  Courts, Economy, Energy and Environment, Marijuana, Media and Entertainment  /  No Comments

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Utah farmers see marijuana as the potential cash crop of the future New Denver pot-use initiative might compete with private clubs measure on Nov. ballot Facebook looking at New Mexico for data center 4 Nevada cities ranked among fastest growing for solar Recall effort of judge in Stanford rape case gains steam and political allies

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REGIONAL NEWS June 26, 2016; Vegas knows where its hockey arena will be

Posted by   /  June 26, 2016  /  Energy and Environment, Equine News, Government and Politics, Marijuana, Real Estate, Sports  /  No Comments

Downtown Summerlin

Bill Foley nears deal to build hockey practice facility next to Downtown Summerlin Kern County fire evacuees struggle with another trauma — uncertainty BLM to sterilize wild horses for first time to slow growth Ex-NewMexico lawman: Shouldn’t have to give up gun for medical marijuana Colorado Springs becomes tiny house ‘capital of America’

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REGIONAL NEWS June 25, 2016: Calif. wildfire won’t give up

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Deadly Kern County, California wildfire grows to 46 square miles — and it’s barely contained Ex-Utah A.G. Mark Shurtleff asks judge to dismiss his case — now and forever Marijuana use remains flat among Colorado teens, survey finds Diplomacy keeps ex-governor from court hearing Now that Las Vegas has NHL team, is it ready for […]

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REGIONAL NEWS June 20, 2016: Hiding the need for tax support

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Did Calif. bullet train officials ignore warning about need for taxpayer money? What’s it like to be a transgender student in Utah? Depends on where you live Why are Colorado school districts going to spend millions on door locks? Woman played dead during bear mauling at New Mexico preserve Nevada speeds process for patients seeking […]

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REGIONAL NEWS June 14, 2016: Historic Riviera goes boom, leveled

Posted by   /  June 14, 2016  /  Economy, Employment Law, Government and Politics, Marijuana, Media and Entertainment  /  No Comments

California’s cap-and-trade program faces daunting hurdles to avoid collapse Utah’s needs ignored in California’s outline for managing regional power grid, leaders say Long legal battle over sales license makes Denver cannabis history Refugee from Iran charges New Mexico detective falsely accused him Riviera implosion goes off without a hitch — VIDEO    

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