Littleton residents are for civil unions, bovine winter wear and MMJ expiration dates

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For this Friday, we've got three news stories to talk about over drinks tonight at Happy Hour. Be the informed drinker.

Littleton residents are showing some tolerance -- that's what one could infer from statements made by Republican state representative Kathleen Conti, who says town hall meetings with her constituents persuaded her to come out in favor of civil unions for gays and lesbians. Colorado Independent has the story today, and the Colorado Statesman has the original reportage.

Unseen Denver has a great user-submitted photo of Bovine Winter Wear, spotted in Lincoln Park. You're just going to have to click through for the image.

Jake, an employee at MMJ dispensary the Releaf Center provides some not-so-great news for patients in this update from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.

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