Headlines: Oxbow and Aspen SkiCo team up to create green energy Anti-civil unions state legislators voted out Telluride’s medical marijuana dispensaries prepare for Amendment 64 Colorado National Monument starts public input process Small business may qualify for state tax credit

Headlines: Pinon Ridge Uranium Mill Hearings Continue Through Tuesday BLM Reduces State Acreage Available For Oil/Shale Development Montrose Likely To Prohibit Sale Of Marijuana Amendment 64 Votes Closely Followed Presidential Votes Colorado Voter Turnout Likely To Surpass Historic 2008 Turnout What To Expect From New Healthcare Law Now Western Senators Support Pro-Timber Industry Policies

Colorado in Marijuana Limbo

Nov 8, 2012

On the heels of a victory for marijuana legalization advocates, Colorado officials say the federal government could still crack down on the drugs use - since marijuana is still illegal under federal law. Bente Birkeland has more.

It’s now legal in Colorado for people over the age of 21 to smoke marijuana recreationally. Voters passed amendment 64 making Colorado the first state in the country, along with Washington State, to legalize pot. Bente Birkeland has more from Denver.

Marijuana Enforcement Disproportionately Impact Minorities

Nov 1, 2012
CPN / Colorado Public News

100,000 Coloradans have medical marijuana licenses now. Still, even though more patients can legally buy pot, arrests are UP by seven per cent. And data shows that minorities are arrested at higher rates than whites, even though they use the drug less. With an amendment to legalize marijuana on the ballot this fall, Colorado Public News’ Carol McKinley takes a look at the controversial issue.

Headlines: Capitol Conversation, State Election Roundup Minorities Smoke Pot Less, Get Arrested More Public Lands Policies Could Decide Election Ryan In Colorado, Again West Slope Police Chiefs In Turmoil With No El Nino, Winter Moisture Uncertain

Exploring Election 2012 from the State Capitol to the County Seats: what’s on your ballot this time around?

Supporters and opponents of legalizing marijuana in Colorado faced off on Monday evening during a two-hour debate. Colorado Christian University hosted the event. Bente (BEN tuh) Birkeland has more from the state capitol.

Headlines: Legalize Marijuana Amendment Would Pass If Vote Were Today Delta County Chicken Wars Continue Wildfire Update - Red Flag Warnings! Conservation Easement Program Needs Fixing State Wants Comments For Deer Management

Headlines: Democrats Fed Up With Republican Secretary of State First Lady Visits Colorado Springs Wildfire Updates Energy Fuels Moving To Re-open Newly Acquired Uranium Mines Telluride and San Miguel County Support Pinon Ridge Uranium Mill Amendment 64 Draws Support and Opposition