Legislation
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High on committee meetings

Law
by Kiley Crossland
Posted 3/23/13, 11:52 am

BOULDER, Colo.—Last November, 55 percent of voting Colorado citizens said yes to Amendment 64, decriminalizing the use and limited possession of marijuana for adults over 21. So far this unprecedented vote has produced more high-tension governmental committee meetings than high pot-smokers on the streets of Colorado cities.

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Mennonite pastor refuses to be a 'rat'

Law
by Daniel James Devine
Posted 1/25/13, 08:15 am

The Amish Mennonite pastor who helped a woman and her daughter flee from Virginia to Nicaragua during a 2009 custody battle has refused to testify against others who assisted in the flight. A District Court judge in Burlington, Vt., ordered Kenneth Miller taken into federal custody Thursday after the pastor declined to answer questions from a grand jury about those involved in the international "kidnapping" case.

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The hunting amendment?

Law
by D.C. Innes
Posted 1/21/13, 12:03 pm

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