Legislation allowing terminally ill people access to unapproved drugs, a so-called “Dallas Buyers Club” bill, has unanimously passed the Colorado House.
A man accused of engaging in prostitution while knowing he had AIDS has been formally charged in Denver.
Auditors say a dozen physicians have issued half of the medical marijuana recommendations in Colorado and that the state is not providing enough oversight so only qualified individuals get referrals to use the drug.
“Besides a few people I’ve been to war with, my list of heroes is like a sparse cupboard, which became a little more barren with the death of a friend today,” Dr. Dave Hnida writes in reference to the passing of Dr. C. Everett Koop.
Washington and Colorado, both culturally and politically, offered fertile ground for legalization advocates — Washington for its liberal politics, Colorado for its libertarian streak, and both for their Western independence.
There were lots of colorful costumes, food options and unique entertainment at Civic Center Park on Saturday for the 37th annual Pridefest celebration.
Police are accusing a 64-year-old woman of trying to rob a bank and it’s not the first time she’s been a suspect.
Longmont police are looking for a woman who robbed a bank and used the threat of AIDS as her weapon.