Last week, we shared news about the U.S. House voting to defund DEA medical marijuana raids in states where the substance is legal. But that doesn't mean the count was unanimous -- even here. Indeed, three of Colorado's seven representatives voted against the defunding amendment, including U.S. sen ... More >>
Another indication of Colorado's importance in the cannabis-reform movement: Today, the National Organization for Reform of Marijuana Laws, better known as NORML, opened a satellite office in Denver. We spoke to NORML executive director Allen St. Pierre about the reasons NORML wanted to have a perm ... More >>
Over the years, marijuana activists have frequently talked about the tipping point -- the moment at which so many states have legalized pot that the federal government is forced to change its policies in regard to a substance still considered a Schedule 1 narcotic by the Drug Enforcement Agency. In ... More >>
Why were the Denver Nuggets name-checked by Jimmy Kimmel amid this weekend's White House Correspondents' Dinner? After all, the get-together took place before the Nugs were blown out by the L.A. Lakers in game one of the playoffs. The explanation involves an elaborate joke whose target was none othe ... More >>
Campus ProgressAs we reported yesterday, Denver native Stephanie Tanny won a speaking spot at the Campus Progress National Conference in Washington, D.C. yesterday. The speech "went really well," says the 2010 Colorado State University graduate. "I messed up a little bit, but I don't think anyon ... More >>
Mark Udall's staffers swear he wasn't trying to hide anything.Ever since Stephanie Villafuerte removed herself from the U.S. Attorney sweepstakes via an angry letter in which she expressed frustration about "a needless and extraneous political fight" that has "completely overshadowed the deli ... More >>
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