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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, th...
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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They claim it will be bad for businesses around the world.
Localities in Colorado are beginning to discuss how to tax retail marijuana sales.
The Colorado House has given preliminary approval to a bill that, if passed, would bar local and state law enforcement agencies from enforcing President Donald Trump’s immigration ban on Muslims. One House Republican says House Bill 1230 would turn Colorado into a sanctuary state. If given final approval in the House, the bill would move on to the Republican-controlled Colorado Senate. Video by Molly Hughes, Sophie Hoover, The Denver Post Read the story: http://dpo.st/2nnfFNj ___________ Subscribe on YouTube: http://dpo.st/youtubesub Watch more Denver Post videos: http://denverpost.com/video Facebook: http://facebook.com/denverpost Instagram: http://instagram.com/denverpost Twitter: http://twitter.com/denverpost
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.
** (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 ...
FOX21's Aisha Morales live from the 1st school district in the state to put a cannabidiol policy in place.
For more on this story, visit The PBS NewsHour: http://www.pbs.org/newshour Former Colorado Governor Bill Ritter made big strides in energy policy while in office. He pushed for more renewable energy in the state that has been the king of coal. He talks to Ray Suarez about why coal is still part of the U.S. energy plan and how energy policy is changing.
The Colorado Renewable Energy Society presents: Ken Regelson & Rhonda Peters: The GRID needs a BATTERY - Why Storage is Key to a Clean Renewable Energy Economy Batteries hold the key to a power grid based on clean renewable energy sources but they can do a lot more than most of us know. Learn why we can be optimistic that remaining hurdles in policy, technology and cost will soon be overcome. Rhonda Peters, PhD, is an energy engineer and Principal at InterTran Energy Consulting. Her background is in the wind industry. Ken Regelson is an electrical engineer and consultant focussed on accelerating the move to a sustainable energy future. He is online at EnergyShouldBe.org Organized by the Jeffco chapter of the Colorado Renewable Energy Society. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. cres-energ...
More than 1000 drug policy reformers came to Denver, Colorado to discuss an exit strategy from the war on drugs. The filming crew of the Drugreporter (http://drugreporter.net) produced a short video to feature the best moments of the conference.
Claire Levy, Executive Director of the Colorado Center on Law and Policy, shared her story at the 2014 Colorado Health Symposium Health Transformed: The Power of Engagement. The three day symposium delves into the theories, policies and economics of engagement influencing the future of health and health care.
http://www.ColoradoChannel.net and Comcast Denver Ch. 165 This 7-minute video gives a brief description of the legislative process in Colorado and how you can get involved. Creative Commons license: Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States Please see the Colorado Channel Licensing Policy for more info on acceptable use. (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/us/) (http://www.coloradochannel.net/licensing-policy)
Senior policy adviser blasts 'strange happenings' with delegates