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Colorado Cannabis Industry Fighting Against ‘Stop Sign” Labeling

August 14, 2015

The Colorado Cannabis Chamber of Commerce is resisting new rules of labeling edible cannabis products, according to a report on Food Safety News. The new proposed rules are being suggested by the Marijuana...

The California Farmers’ Market Selling Cannabis

August 14, 2015

A once a year farmers' market in California is also featuring marijuana sales this year, according to Mother Jones. The unusual farmers' market, in Laytonville, California, offers traditional market...

UPDATE: Sexual assault on Colorado State campus Friday morning

UPDATE: Sexual assault on Colorado State campus Friday morning

November 9, 2013

Update 9:30 a.m. At approximately 12:15 a.m. Fort Collins police were notified of a sexual assault adjacent to campus. The victim, a 22-year-old CSU student, was driving westbound on W. Lake St. when...

Junior horticulture and landscape architecture major Courtney Brewer, left, fills out a voter registration form with Nina Kadjar, a Campus Field Organizer with Obama for America – Colorado. The Obama campaigns voter registration drive is one example of how candidates are involving students in the upcoming election.

Be More than A YouTube Voter, Be an Educated Voter

September 11, 2012

by Chris Seeger As this year draws quickly toward the election of the 45th president of the United States we are being inundated with political ads, discussions, bumper stickers and citizens from both...

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