• New Screening Policy For Colorado Springs Airport

    Electronics must go through separate screening.

    published: 26 May 2017
  • How Legal Marijuana Is Working in Colorado

    Opponents of legalization predicted disaster. Did that really happen? Subscribe: goo.gl/NqjoWI "There’s this idea that marijuana just appeared on January 1, 2014 and all of a sudden everyone is going to be using marijuana and not going to work," says Christian Sederberg, a Denver-based attorney at Vicente Sederberg LLC and one of the key members of Colorado’s Amendment 64 campaign to legalize cannabis. "These are adults. They make decisions. They’ve been using marijuana for a long time and now they’re buying it from a taxed and regulated store." It’s been over 18 months since Colorado became one of the first states to legalize marijuana. Though opponents of the measure predicted doom and gloom scenarios, the end of pot prohibition has not resulted in apocalyptic disaster. In fact, th...

    published: 25 Aug 2015
  • Colorado's controversial education policy

    Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe A controversial new policy governing who pays what to get into university has come into force at a university in the US state of Colorado. For the first time, among the thousands of students who'll show up for class will be dozens of undocumented students who are being offered a special in-state tuition rate. John Terrett reports from Denver.

    published: 21 Aug 2012
  • Common Sense Policy Roundtable researches issues affecting Colorado jobs and economy

    Group focuses on developing research on policy issues that affect the Colorado job and economic base.

    published: 03 Sep 2017
  • Pot is Legal in Colorado. So Why Can't You Smoke It Anywhere?

    Weed is legal in Colorado. But it’s illegal to consume it in most public locations. Subscribe: goo.gl/NqjoWI On January 1, 2014, Colorado became one of the first states to allow recreational marijuana sales. But the law contains one little twist. "People can buy it. They can use it. But in a lot of cases, they don’t have anywhere they can use it legally," says Mason Tvert of the Marijuana Policy Project. Yes, weed is legal in Colorado. But it’s illegal to consume it in most public locations. It’s become a big issue for a state that’s attracting record numbers of tourists who are curious to try cannabis, but have no safe legal place to do so. In fact, since Colorado legalized marijuana, public consumption citations have increased 471 percent. Denver business owner Ryan Connolly,...

    published: 16 Oct 2015
  • Colorado Businesses React To Pres. Trump's Cuba Policy

    They claim it will be bad for businesses around the world.

    published: 16 Jun 2017
  • Consent To Search: A Case Study of Colorado's Policing Policy

    Presented by the Alliance for a Just Society's "Beyond Cell Blocks & Border Stops" webinar series. http://allianceforajustsociety.org http://progressivecoalition.org

    published: 17 Jun 2014
  • Health First Colorado: Physical Benefits

    Learn about the covered physical benefits and services available to for Health First Colorado (Colorado’s Medicaid Program) members and find out more at http://www.healthfirstcolorado.com/

    published: 01 Jul 2016
  • Colorado's Gun Background Check Policy to Undergo Review

    Cam Edwards talks to Dave Kopel from The Independence Institute about this article: http://www.denverpost.com/breakingnews/ci_22526906/colorados-gun-background-check-policy-undergo-review - NRA News - February 7, 2013 - http://www.NRANews.com

    published: 08 Feb 2013
  • Bodycam Video Of Fatal Officer Involved Shooting in Pueblo, Colorado

    ** (Disclaimer: Video posted strictly for educational and information purposes only) ** The Pueblo Police Department on Wednesday released footage of a fatal officer-involved shooting of a man who attempted to run officers down with his car. The video shows a Feb. 5 shooting that killed Andrew Byrd, 35, who backed his vehicle into a patrol car before driving at other officers in the area of Small and Acero avenues just after midnight, police said. Officer Neal Robinson fired one round into the driver's side of a Toyota Camry, killing Byrd, police said. Hours earlier, a woman reported that her 2005 Lexus sedan was stolen by Byrd, a known gang member with active warrants for his arrest, police said. He then returned to the neighborhood in a Camry. A shootout followed that resulted in Byrd's ...

    published: 08 Nov 2017
  • Safe Harbor: Legal Banking for Legal Cannabis in Colorado

    The CHASS Center for Social and Economic Justice and the Cannabis Policy Initiative hopes you will join us for a stimulating presentation about a bold new initiative for legal cannabis in Colorado: Safe Harbor Private Banking. Sundie Seefried is CEO and president of Partner Colorado Credit Union, located in Denver, Colorado. She has served in the credit union industry since 1983 and as CEO since 2001. She holds a bachelor’s in business management from Regis University. Poised to retire in 2014, Seefried instead embarked on what has been the biggest challenge of her eventful career: designing and building a full-scope cannabis banking program. The program she devised, tested and launched has not only withstood the scrutiny of federal and state regulators, it has succeeded financially. Jus...

    published: 15 Feb 2017
  • Small Business Health Insurance Company Policies - Colorado

    http://www.FindQuotesToday.com When it comes to your health, you need the best small business health insurance in Colorado. Find the policy thats right for you, from the top providers you trust. Protect yourself with company health insurance for the future at a lower cost. Visit FindQuotesToday.com. Provide your employees with top health care benefits.

    published: 10 Sep 2009
  • Introducing the Colorado Center on Law and Policy

    An introduction to the Colorado Center on Law and Policy, a nonprofit, nonpartisan research and advocacy organization seeking justice and economic security for all Coloradans.

    published: 26 Apr 2011
  • VITAL for Colorado - Peter Moore - Common Sense Policy Reform

    Peter Moore, from VITAL for Colorado joins us along with Chris Brown, Policy Director for Common Sense Policy Roundtable. We will discuss CSPR's recent study, titled "Building Gated Cities" which pertains to the "1% growth" initiative in Lakewood. We'll talk about how flaws in the initiative to restrict growth have undermined the intended goal. Tyrone Adams, CEO, Colorado Association of REALTORS will also weigh in on the discussion.

    published: 23 Oct 2017
  • Pot Policy - Cities In Colorado Voted To Ban Retail Sales Of Marijuana - Special Report

    Pot Policy - Cities In Colorado Voted To Ban Retail Sales Of Marijuana - Special Report ==============================­­=========­=­=== **Please Click Below to SUBSCRIBE Our New Channel "America's Real News" Videos: http://goo.gl/3UhonL ==============================­=========­=­===

    published: 06 Jun 2014
  • Colorado's Ritter Says Public Policy to Spur Green Jobs: Video

    May 4 (Bloomberg) -- Colorado Governor Bill Ritter, a Democrat, talks with Bloomberg's Mark Crumpton and Julie Hyman about the outlook for job growth in alternative energy. Ritter also discusses Colorado's renewable energy standards. (Source: Bloomberg)

    published: 23 Mar 2012
  • Colorado: Vote 'No' on Prop 106 -- Family Policy Alliance

    Elizabeth has terminal brain cancer. Prop 106 declares her to be a burden not worth bearing. But she says we are all "unique and unrepeatable people" who should be valued. Thank you for sharing this 30-second video with your friends, family and church members. It's perfect for your social media and Sunday morning video announcements.

    published: 17 Oct 2016
  • What is an Umbrella Insurance Policy in Colorado

    What is an Umbrella Insurance Policy in Colorado

    published: 25 Jun 2010
  • The Business of Colorado Energy Policy

    Environmental Entrepreneurs (E2) and Alliance for Sustainable Colorado joined together to bring you this panel on the intersection of clean energy policies & the business community in Colorado. Watch here!

    published: 21 Oct 2016
  • Brian Barnes vs Nederland Colorado Policy Officer (4 of 4)

    1 of 4....Stop initiated for not having proper stickers on my license plate. This video is taken by a witness in the passenger seat

    published: 22 Aug 2015
  • Colorado Marijuana Tax Revenues Exceeding Expectations

    Mason Tvert of the Marijuana Policy Projecthttp://www.mpp.org — discusses the news that Colorado will be generating tens of millions of dollars in tax revenue thanks to the initiative voters approved in 2012 to regulate marijuana like alcohol. In fact, the state expects to produce even more tax revenue than officials had initially expected.

    published: 24 Feb 2014
  • 2015 2016 WRP Policy Fellowship Update from Melissa A Beck In Colorado 2

    2015-2016 WRP Fellowship Update from Melissa A. Beck in Colorado

    published: 01 Jun 2016
  • Brian Barnes vs Nederland Colorado Policy Officer 1 of 3

    Traffic Stop Loving this video; and, remembering to SUBSCRIBE :) http://youtube.com/user/rmswill?sub_confirmation=1 Tips are so helpful!!! https://tib.me/mytibs9YhLYtrVhQkmTdbDS51H54WyrxTx check my blog at http://ahijackedlife.com Say no to Censorship! Connect with me on Gab http://Gab.ai/telesti "The Alternative Twitter Connect with me on VidMe https://vid.me/Telesti "The Alternative" Watch how I make delicious and healthy milk shakes http://youtu.be/EI4h1Wku8Nc Twitter http://twitter.com/enki74 FaceBook http://facebook.com/Will.Longevity

    published: 20 Jan 2017
  • NCRES: State of Solar Policy in Colorado and Beyond - Current Trends and Issues (6/172014)

    www.jrwiener.com/resources Copyright, 2014. All Rights Reserved.

    published: 24 Jun 2014
  • Car Insurance Quotes Colorado - Law Policy

    Car Insurance Quotes Colorado - Law Policy

    published: 05 Sep 2016
  • Car Insurance Quotes Colorado - Law Policy

    Car Insurance Quotes Colorado - Law Policy Asbestos Lawyers

    published: 21 Aug 2016
  • Trump team: Cruz should demand a vote in Colorado

    Senior policy adviser blasts 'strange happenings' with delegates

    published: 11 Apr 2016
  • Graywater Reuse & Colorado Water Policy for M.A.

    Graywater Reuse and Colorado Water Policy, for Master of Arts in Environmental Policy and Management. University of Denver. Brian Tracy, May 28, 2016. EPM 4902-4.

    published: 28 May 2016
  • Geopolitics and Foreign Energy Policy | Colorado Mesa University

    published: 06 Mar 2015
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New Screening Policy For Colorado Springs Airport

New Screening Policy For Colorado Springs Airport

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Electronics must go through separate screening.
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How Legal Marijuana Is Working in Colorado

How Legal Marijuana Is Working in Colorado

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Opponents of legalization predicted disaster. Did that really happen? Subscribe: goo.gl/NqjoWI "There’s this idea that marijuana just appeared on January 1, 2014 and all of a sudden everyone is going to be using marijuana and not going to work," says Christian Sederberg, a Denver-based attorney at Vicente Sederberg LLC and one of the key members of Colorado’s Amendment 64 campaign to legalize cannabis. "These are adults. They make decisions. They’ve been using marijuana for a long time and now they’re buying it from a taxed and regulated store." It’s been over 18 months since Colorado became one of the first states to legalize marijuana. Though opponents of the measure predicted doom and gloom scenarios, the end of pot prohibition has not resulted in apocalyptic disaster. In fact, the legalization of cannabis has been a boon to Colorado financially with an expected one billion in sales by 2016 and $40 million in excise taxes to be placed in state coffers. "No taxes or anything are going to be a panacea. But what it is though is $60 to $100 million at the state level. That’s real money," states Sederberg. That’s not to say that legalization hasn’t come with it’s challenges. One of the unforeseen areas where Colorado faced problems was with edibles—an issue illustrated in Maureen Dowd’s now famous (and highly mockable) editorial where she recounts her bad trip on edibles. The New York Times also reported that just after five months of legal sales, Colorado hospitals reported an increase in the number of children and adults becoming sick from eating edibles (the same article also notes the lack of hard data on the topic). "The biggest challenge with edibles is not the marijuana," says Sederberg. "The onset takes time and so people will consume what they are told is a serving…and then it doesn’t work for a while. So then they’ll take another one…and they end up overconsuming." The state has responded to such incidents by clarifying regulations on serving sizes and packaging. Colorado now requires that each edible serving size contain no more than 10 milligrams of active THC. The amount of active THC must also be clearly marked on the product and individual edibles must be easily separated into single serving sizes. Sederberg notes that one of the main reasons for the popularity of edibles is due to the fact that there are no legal spaces to consume marijuana publicly. "There’s no place to use in a social environment," says Sederberg. "We really need to make a space for people to consume in a public environment and to be social just like you are with alcohol." Sederberg and other legalization advocates are pushing for a November state ballot measure that would create public environments where people could use cannabis socially. As Colorado refines their regulations, a handful of other states—including California, Nevada, Arizona, Massachusetts, and Maine—could legalize marijuana in 2016. What can they learn from the Colorado experience? Sederberg stresses the importance of collaboration in the policy making process. "The Colorado model is the work group. It’s the collaboration," says Sederberg. "You have to listen to all sides. We’ve gotten some very good ideas from people that were our opponents who are not our opponents anymore because they saw that we are working at making it better." Approximately 6 minutes. Produced by Alexis Garcia & Alex Manning. Camera by Manning. Music by Jason Shaw. Additional b-roll from the Drug Policy Alliance. Click http://reason.com/reasontv/2015/08/25/how-legal-marijuana-working-colorado for downloadable versions of this video. Subscribe to Reason TV's YouTube channel for daily content like this.
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Colorado's controversial education policy

Colorado's controversial education policy

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Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe A controversial new policy governing who pays what to get into university has come into force at a university in the US state of Colorado. For the first time, among the thousands of students who'll show up for class will be dozens of undocumented students who are being offered a special in-state tuition rate. John Terrett reports from Denver.
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Common Sense Policy Roundtable researches issues affecting Colorado jobs and economy

Common Sense Policy Roundtable researches issues affecting Colorado jobs and economy

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Group focuses on developing research on policy issues that affect the Colorado job and economic base.
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Pot is Legal in Colorado. So Why Can't You Smoke It Anywhere?

Pot is Legal in Colorado. So Why Can't You Smoke It Anywhere?

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Weed is legal in Colorado. But it’s illegal to consume it in most public locations. Subscribe: goo.gl/NqjoWI On January 1, 2014, Colorado became one of the first states to allow recreational marijuana sales. But the law contains one little twist. "People can buy it. They can use it. But in a lot of cases, they don’t have anywhere they can use it legally," says Mason Tvert of the Marijuana Policy Project. Yes, weed is legal in Colorado. But it’s illegal to consume it in most public locations. It’s become a big issue for a state that’s attracting record numbers of tourists who are curious to try cannabis, but have no safe legal place to do so. In fact, since Colorado legalized marijuana, public consumption citations have increased 471 percent. Denver business owner Ryan Connolly, who operates Grassroots Clothing and the 710 Cannabis Cup, says he began to notice the problem when people from out of town came to his store for help. "Once customers started buying legal weed, they would come to our store and shop for clothes and always ask us the question, 'Where can I smoke this?" And this question started to happen more and more where we actually just couldn’t ignore it anymore." So with the help of his attorney, Ryan created a private membership marijuana club that operated in an unused space in his clothing store. "There is an exception in the Colorado Indoor Air Act for private member clubs. So the VFW, the Odd Fellows, the Elks Club—things of that nature—are all allowed to smoke within their businesses provided that they are organized for private membership," states Jeff Gard, a Boulder-based attorney who represents Connolly and has successfully established private marijuana clubs in several Colorado counties. Under this private membership model, Ryan’s Breakroom tallied 4,000 members in just over a year. Even stars like Cheech Marin stopped by when visiting Denver. The private pot club operated without incident until police raided the location on the eve of Denver’s 4/20 festivities. "I think they were a little surprised to find that this is a private membership club that they had to sign up as members to become part of—that there wasn’t anything going on from the perspective of the Breakroom that was arguably illegal," says Gard. Though the Denver police department did not charge any of the members with a crime, they cited Connolly for operating a marijuana business without a license and for violating the Clean Indoor Air Act. But the ordeal didn’t end there. After citing him for licensing violations, the city went one step further and threatened Connolly’s landlord with a public nuisance abatement if they did not evict him from the premises. "The eviction is what hurts the most," says Connolly. "We have over 20 staff that I want to make sure we keep jobs for all of them. They rely on me for a paycheck and so that’s what’s most important." Connolly appeared in court in July to pay his fines and is moving to a new location in Denver. Though he was forced out of his space, Connolly hopes the experience will inspire change in the current law. "I think its the peoples’ choice now to step up and look at these instances where they are still wasting our taxpayer money and going after something you would think would be a respectable thing to do—which is offer someone from out of state a safe place to smoke," Connolly says. As Ryan moves forward, a debate is unfolding between marijuana policy advocates and city leaders on how to address the public consumption issue. Denver’s office of marijuana policy says Amendment 64 clearly states that marijuana is only to be used for private and personal use and that the initiative was not designed to accommodate tourists. But that hasn’t stopped visitors or local residents from consuming pot in public. Though marijuana advocates had collected signatures to place an ordinance allowing private pot clubs like Connolly’s on the November ballot, they pulled the measure in September with the hopes of working on a compromise with city officials. "A majority of people are not scofflaws," says Gard. "We understand that rules are necessary for order of society, so just tell us where to do this and we will go do that. If you want to quit writing public consumption tickets…then creating a private environment for that makes perfect sense." Approximately 6 minutes. Produced by Alexis Garcia. Camera by Alex Manning. Music from YouTube Audio Library. Click https://reason.com/reasontv/2015/10/16/denver-marijuana-public-consumption for downloadable versions. Subscribe to Reason TV's YouTube channel for daily content like this.
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Colorado Businesses React To Pres. Trump's Cuba Policy

Colorado Businesses React To Pres. Trump's Cuba Policy

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They claim it will be bad for businesses around the world.
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Consent To Search: A Case Study of Colorado's Policing Policy

Consent To Search: A Case Study of Colorado's Policing Policy

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Presented by the Alliance for a Just Society's "Beyond Cell Blocks & Border Stops" webinar series. http://allianceforajustsociety.org http://progressivecoalition.org
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Health First Colorado: Physical Benefits

Health First Colorado: Physical Benefits

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Learn about the covered physical benefits and services available to for Health First Colorado (Colorado’s Medicaid Program) members and find out more at http://www.healthfirstcolorado.com/
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Colorado's Gun Background Check Policy to Undergo Review

Colorado's Gun Background Check Policy to Undergo Review

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Cam Edwards talks to Dave Kopel from The Independence Institute about this article: http://www.denverpost.com/breakingnews/ci_22526906/colorados-gun-background-check-policy-undergo-review - NRA News - February 7, 2013 - http://www.NRANews.com
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Bodycam Video Of Fatal Officer Involved Shooting in Pueblo, Colorado

Bodycam Video Of Fatal Officer Involved Shooting in Pueblo, Colorado

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** (Disclaimer: Video posted strictly for educational and information purposes only) ** The Pueblo Police Department on Wednesday released footage of a fatal officer-involved shooting of a man who attempted to run officers down with his car. The video shows a Feb. 5 shooting that killed Andrew Byrd, 35, who backed his vehicle into a patrol car before driving at other officers in the area of Small and Acero avenues just after midnight, police said. Officer Neal Robinson fired one round into the driver's side of a Toyota Camry, killing Byrd, police said. Hours earlier, a woman reported that her 2005 Lexus sedan was stolen by Byrd, a known gang member with active warrants for his arrest, police said. He then returned to the neighborhood in a Camry. A shootout followed that resulted in Byrd's death, police said. The video shows the Camry was stuck underneath a semi-truck before backing out and hitting a patrol car. Robinson and fellow officer Bernadette Lambert were placed on paid administrative leave. In August, the Pueblo County District Attorney's Office ruled the shooting justified. According to police, Robinson said he felt his life was in danger when he saw Byrd reaching for a possible weapon and driving toward him. In a police report, Bernadette fired a shot at "Mr. Byrd based partially on her belief that he had shot Officer Robinson." Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PoliceActivity Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Police_Activity
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Safe Harbor: Legal Banking for Legal Cannabis in Colorado

Safe Harbor: Legal Banking for Legal Cannabis in Colorado

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The CHASS Center for Social and Economic Justice and the Cannabis Policy Initiative hopes you will join us for a stimulating presentation about a bold new initiative for legal cannabis in Colorado: Safe Harbor Private Banking. Sundie Seefried is CEO and president of Partner Colorado Credit Union, located in Denver, Colorado. She has served in the credit union industry since 1983 and as CEO since 2001. She holds a bachelor’s in business management from Regis University. Poised to retire in 2014, Seefried instead embarked on what has been the biggest challenge of her eventful career: designing and building a full-scope cannabis banking program. The program she devised, tested and launched has not only withstood the scrutiny of federal and state regulators, it has succeeded financially. Just as important, by banking industry that once had little choice but to execute all its transactions in cash, Seefried and her Partner Colorado team have made communities all over the state safer. CSU-Pueblo College of Humanities and Social Sciences is developing a Center for Social and Economic Justice. The Center will serve to advance interdisciplinary work, including research, grant activity, development of cutting edge curricula, opportunities for increased community engagement, and opportunities for students to participate in interdisciplinary work prior to entering a career. The Center also endorses other programmatic endeavors through linkage with health professions including public health, health education, and occupational health. The Cannabis Policy Initiative is an initial undertaking of the Center to work towards, among other things, providing a forum for cannabis policy discussions that will complement and promote the efforts of the Center.
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Small Business Health Insurance Company Policies - Colorado

Small Business Health Insurance Company Policies - Colorado

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http://www.FindQuotesToday.com When it comes to your health, you need the best small business health insurance in Colorado. Find the policy thats right for you, from the top providers you trust. Protect yourself with company health insurance for the future at a lower cost. Visit FindQuotesToday.com. Provide your employees with top health care benefits.
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Introducing the Colorado Center on Law and Policy

Introducing the Colorado Center on Law and Policy

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An introduction to the Colorado Center on Law and Policy, a nonprofit, nonpartisan research and advocacy organization seeking justice and economic security for all Coloradans.
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VITAL for Colorado - Peter Moore - Common Sense Policy Reform

VITAL for Colorado - Peter Moore - Common Sense Policy Reform

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Peter Moore, from VITAL for Colorado joins us along with Chris Brown, Policy Director for Common Sense Policy Roundtable. We will discuss CSPR's recent study, titled "Building Gated Cities" which pertains to the "1% growth" initiative in Lakewood. We'll talk about how flaws in the initiative to restrict growth have undermined the intended goal. Tyrone Adams, CEO, Colorado Association of REALTORS will also weigh in on the discussion.
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Pot Policy - Cities In Colorado Voted To Ban Retail Sales Of Marijuana - Special Report

Pot Policy - Cities In Colorado Voted To Ban Retail Sales Of Marijuana - Special Report

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Colorado's Ritter Says Public Policy to Spur Green Jobs: Video

Colorado's Ritter Says Public Policy to Spur Green Jobs: Video

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May 4 (Bloomberg) -- Colorado Governor Bill Ritter, a Democrat, talks with Bloomberg's Mark Crumpton and Julie Hyman about the outlook for job growth in alternative energy. Ritter also discusses Colorado's renewable energy standards. (Source: Bloomberg)
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Colorado: Vote 'No' on Prop 106 -- Family Policy Alliance

Colorado: Vote 'No' on Prop 106 -- Family Policy Alliance

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Elizabeth has terminal brain cancer. Prop 106 declares her to be a burden not worth bearing. But she says we are all "unique and unrepeatable people" who should be valued. Thank you for sharing this 30-second video with your friends, family and church members. It's perfect for your social media and Sunday morning video announcements.
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What is an Umbrella Insurance Policy in Colorado

What is an Umbrella Insurance Policy in Colorado

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The Business of Colorado Energy Policy

The Business of Colorado Energy Policy

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Environmental Entrepreneurs (E2) and Alliance for Sustainable Colorado joined together to bring you this panel on the intersection of clean energy policies & the business community in Colorado. Watch here!
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Brian Barnes vs Nederland Colorado Policy Officer (4 of 4)

Brian Barnes vs Nederland Colorado Policy Officer (4 of 4)

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1 of 4....Stop initiated for not having proper stickers on my license plate. This video is taken by a witness in the passenger seat
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Colorado Marijuana Tax Revenues Exceeding Expectations

Colorado Marijuana Tax Revenues Exceeding Expectations

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Mason Tvert of the Marijuana Policy Projecthttp://www.mpp.org — discusses the news that Colorado will be generating tens of millions of dollars in tax revenue thanks to the initiative voters approved in 2012 to regulate marijuana like alcohol. In fact, the state expects to produce even more tax revenue than officials had initially expected.
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2015 2016 WRP Policy Fellowship Update from Melissa A  Beck In Colorado 2

2015 2016 WRP Policy Fellowship Update from Melissa A Beck In Colorado 2

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2015-2016 WRP Fellowship Update from Melissa A. Beck in Colorado
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Brian Barnes vs Nederland Colorado Policy Officer 1 of 3

Brian Barnes vs Nederland Colorado Policy Officer 1 of 3

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Traffic Stop Loving this video; and, remembering to SUBSCRIBE :) http://youtube.com/user/rmswill?sub_confirmation=1 Tips are so helpful!!! https://tib.me/mytibs9YhLYtrVhQkmTdbDS51H54WyrxTx check my blog at http://ahijackedlife.com Say no to Censorship! Connect with me on Gab http://Gab.ai/telesti "The Alternative Twitter Connect with me on VidMe https://vid.me/Telesti "The Alternative" Watch how I make delicious and healthy milk shakes http://youtu.be/EI4h1Wku8Nc Twitter http://twitter.com/enki74 FaceBook http://facebook.com/Will.Longevity
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NCRES: State of Solar Policy in Colorado and Beyond - Current Trends and Issues (6/172014)

NCRES: State of Solar Policy in Colorado and Beyond - Current Trends and Issues (6/172014)

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