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Marijuana Opponents Using Racketeering Law To Fight Industry

A federal law crafted to fight the mob is giving marijuana opponents a new strategy in their battle to stop the expanding industry: racketeering lawsuits.

07/13/2015

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Utility Black Hills Corp. Acquires SourceGas For $1.2 Billion

Regional utility Black Hills Corp. is buying natural gas provider SourceGas, which serves 425,000 customers in Nebraska, Arkansas, Colorado and Wyoming, for roughly $1.2 billion.

07/13/2015

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Bill Would Allow Marijuana Businesses Access To Banking Services

The bi-partisan bill was introduced Thursday and would protect banks from criminal prosecution when working with marijuana businesses.

07/11/2015

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Confederate Flags A Hot Item For Some Colorado Consumers

The confederate flag won’t be flying at the South Carolina state capitol anymore, but at a store that sells flags in Littleton it’s flying out of the store.

07/10/2015

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Colorado Sens. Bennet, Gardner Announce Bill In US Senate To Open Up Banks To Pot Businesses

A bipartisan bill in the U.S. Senate would allow banks to do business with marijuana companies.

07/09/2015

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Future Still Uncertain For The Colowyo Mine Near Craig

The future of the Colowyo Mine south of Craig in northwestern Colorado is still up in the air.

07/08/2015

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Gay Wedding Cake Case: Both Sides Make Compelling Arguments

A baker in Lakewood who refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple because he says it would violate his religious beliefs is asking the Colorado Court of Appeals for help.

07/07/2015

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Denver Marijuana Radio Station Faces Hackers, FCC Hurdle

Denver’s first marijuana-themed radio station is fighting to stay on the airwaves, but not because of its controversial content.

07/07/2015

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Denver’s Building Boom Brings Permit Problems For Homeowners

The building boom in Denver has the city seeing a huge spike in demand for permits for everything from water heaters to home additions. A typical permit takes four weeks, but CBS4 talked with a homeowner who has been waiting four months.

07/06/2015

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Denver’s Frontier Airlines Celebrates 21st Birthday, President Delivers Good News

Frontier Airlines President Barry Biffle on Monday said the company has had challenges restructuring but is now on a path for 15 percent annual growth.

07/06/2015

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