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Bills Look To Clarify CO’s Marijuana Policy

While the future of the marijuana industry is up in the air in the United States, the Colorado  legislature advanced several bills recently to help clarify Marijuana policy in the state. The Senate passed House Bill 1034, introduced by Senator Randy Baumgardner, which would align medical marijuana licenses with the retail marijuana code.  This will allow medical facilities Continue reading

Free Seminar On Workers Comp Laws

workers compThere will be a free seminar in Craig, to teach business owners and human resource professionals in the area more about the states workers compensation laws. The seminar is being hosted as part of the “Colorado Workforce Center’s” “Connect Business Outreach Series.” The presentation will include information on workers compensation coverage requirements, Continue reading

New Wyoming Laws Take Effect Today

wyoming-flag-graphicNew laws passed earlier this year by the Wyoming legislature will go into effect today.  The special car decals that owners of electric cars have to purchase for their license plates now must be renewed annually.  Wyoming is now a part of a collective of states that allows out of state nurses to work in the state without acquiring additional licenses.  Wyoming residents that are Continue reading

CO Liquor and Grocery Stores Prepare For Battle Over Booze

liquor-storeThe state’s liquor stores appear ready for a ballot box showdown over selling beer and wine in grocery stores.  Keep Colorado Local has filed two initiatives aimed at helping liquor stores maintain their control of liquor Continue reading

Sheriffs’ Attempt To Change Gun Laws Shot Down

gun contorlA group of Colorado Sheriffs attempt to change gun laws in the state was shot down by an appeals court yesterday. The sheriff’s were challenging the 2013 laws that put a limit on the size of magazines and also expanded background Continue reading

Tipton, Gardner, Hickelooper Respond To Obama Gun Plans

gun contorlCongressman Scott Tipton issued a statement yesterday in response to the President’s executive orders on gun control. In the statement Tipton called the Presidents proposals “overreaching” and said the President is “playing Politics rather than working with Continue reading

Wildfires and Revenge Porn Still to be Addressed During Session

FIRE DROPLast year’s destructive wildfires and historic flooding meant lawmakers had to come up with ways to address the consequences. Two big-ticket items include a nearly $20 million proposal to fund a state-owned firefighting fleet to Continue reading