“It’s one thing to ask someone to pretend. It’s another thing to ask the government to agree with that pretense,” said Rep. Gordon Klingenschmitt, R-Colorado Springs.
A bill up for its first test Thursday in a House committee would change that by creating a state “reference library” to try to standardize marijuana tests.
Police say he posted something on Facebook earlier in the day which angered another man, who called the victim to argue about it. Police suspect that man, joined by a friend, drove up from the Denver area and attacked the victim.
Forty-two-year-old Christopher Booker is accused of covering up his history of seizures to get a driver’s license. A judge set his bond when Booker appeared in court Thursday, a day after his arrest.
She said the issues raised in the lawsuit and those in the indictment are different, and the latest pot bust shows authorities won’t tolerate those who exploit the state’s legal industry for criminal gain.
A spokeswoman for the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission said Tuesday that Abad’s license was suspended for seven months after a 2013 DUI arrest in Rahway.
District Attorney Stan Garnett is expected to release more information Friday about that decision, and the coroner’s office is expected to release the findings of an autopsy performed on the baby.
The measure has already passed the House. Senators amended the bill to say the requirement would be in effect when designated by state transportation officials, instead of November through May.
DENVER | A debate over expanding requirements for snow tires on Colorado highways faces a test Thursday in the state Senate. The bill would require snow tires or chains on noncommercial vehicles at all times during winter and spring months, an attempt reduce accidents and mountain traffic. The measure has already passed the House. The proposal […]