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Colorado advances edible marijuana restrictions

Colorado advances edible marijuana restrictions

"They're hard to find, they're hard to identify, and they're hard to locate," said Rep. Frank McNulty, R-Highlands Ranch, one of the sponsors of the bill, which would prohibit edibles that mimic other foods or candies.

Royal Gorge park to offer tours amid fire repairs

Royal Gorge park to offer tours amid fire repairs

The first phase includes a 14,000 square-foot visitors center, a passenger train and a large children's play area

Colorado makes child abuse information public

DENVER | Colorado has created a website that provides the public with child-protection and child-abuse information for each county following a number of child deaths. The new website is part of a series of reforms for the state’s child protection …

Colorado recall election changes being finalized

The legislation comes in the aftermath of last year's recalls of former Sens. Angela Giron and John Morse, who were removed by voters and replaced with Republicans after the Democrats helped pass gun restrictions.

Colorado private eye bill clears Senate

Democratic supporters say Colorado attracts unscrupulous private investigators because of lax regulation.

Colorado economic indicators seen as positive

Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler said that as business leaders continue to create jobs, "hopefully our employment continues to tick upwards."

Montana inmate dies at Colorado prison

Prison spokeswoman Linda Moodry says 38-year-old Timothy DeHerrera was found unresponsive in his cell late Saturday afternoon.

SEEING RED: Aurora, cops across Colorado, fight against statewide traffic camera ban

SEEING RED: Aurora, cops across Colorado, fight against statewide traffic camera ban

“Again and again I am told people have modified their behavior because of the presence of the cameras” — Aurora Police Chief Dan Oates

Big Colorado pot business bans drug use at work

Big Colorado pot business bans drug use at work

"I don't think many people are rethinking their drug policies," Brough said, saying such policies are designed to keep employees and customers safe.

Colorado Democrats abandon divisive abortion bill

Colorado Democrats abandon divisive abortion bill

"I totally support a woman's right to make decisions," he said. But referencing an outpouring of opposition in recent days, Kefalas added, "I had concerns about the outpouring that I heard from folks."