Colorado

More than $1 billion of marijuana sold in Colorado in 2016

Last Updated by CNN , Sophie Lewis on

It's always 4/20 somewhere — at least in Colorado. The state's marijuana shops have reached a massive new milestone: $1 billion in legal, regulated sales in the first 10 months of 2016.

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Colorado To Kill Some Mountain Lions, Bears To Boost Mule Deer Numbers

Last Updated by NPR, Rebecca Hersher on

The Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission has approved a plan to kill some mountain lions and black bears to help boost the state's mule deer population.

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How safe is super-concentrated marijuana?

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Now legal in eight states, there are unanswered questions about the impact of recreational marijuana on public health. To maximize potency, pot can be purified for maximum THC, its psychoactive ingredient. But a lack of research and restrictions on these very high concentrations is raising concerns.

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Unintended consequences explored in ‘Colorado: The State of High’

Last Updated by RMPBS News Staff, PHILIP MARAVILLA on

Dabbing gives the rush of an instant high. And in Colorado, where recreational marijuana is legal, there are no limits on THC concentration.

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Rocky Mountain PBS welcomes John Ferrugia as Principal News Anchor and Managing Editor

Last Updated by Alexa Corcoran on

Investigative reporter and award-winning journalist John Ferrugia has joined Rocky Mountain PBS as Principal News Anchor and Managing Editor.

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ACLU files racial profiling suit in Colorado Springs traffic stop

Last Updated by Alexa Corcoran on

Two black men who were pulled from a vehicle at gunpoint during a traffic stop in 2015 are suing the city and three Colorado Springs police officers on grounds of racial profiling.

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Colorado Votes 2016: What's on the Ballot

Last Updated by Alexa Corcoran on

Get insights and information about ballot measures facing Colorado voters this year with RMPBS News Anchor John Ferrugia.

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Teens using marijuana face higher risk of addiction, changes to brain

Last Updated by Katie Kerwin McCrimmon on

He’s 16 but his baby face makes him look a little older than 10, his age when he first tried marijuana.

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Black Round Table Targets Inequities Exposed by RMPBS News’ Losing Ground

Last Updated by Katie Wilcox on

The Colorado Black Round Table's second annual Gaining Ground summit targeted inequities experienced by the state's black residents in education, health care, criminal justice and family incomes, as compared to the state's white residents.

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Racial Disparities Exist in Denver Police Shootings, RMPBS News Inquiry Finds

Last Updated by Kristin Jones on

A black Denver resident is three times more likely than a white resident to be shot by law enforcement. Latino residents are nearly twice as likely to be shot.

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