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Comment Archives: stories: Columns: CannaBiz

Re: “Cannabis clubs get serious, questionable polling, limits on home-grown, and more

The County Commissioners are against marijuana and have no reason to be working against it. There appointments to the County Health Board are all anti marijuana. They seem to be silently working against the citizens vote.

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Posted by TruB on 09/05/2015 at 4:12 PM

Re: “Cannabis clubs get serious, questionable polling, limits on home-grown, and more

great article. thanks. the times are a'changing.

Posted by on 09/02/2015 at 1:28 PM

Re: “New cannabis bar opens, Guerrilla grow busted, PTSD sufferers sue, and more.

On Transcendental Meditation and PTSD:

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Kindly watch and share with all -

"PTSD and Transcendental Meditation - David George, Infantryman" (2:34; / excellent )


"Transcendental Meditation Improves Performance at Military University" (5:12; )


Bill @

P.S. Please visit for more information.

Note: Results are available for long-standing PTSD symptoms, as well, including for Vietnam Veterans.

Also, see the dramatic effects for Domestic Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder for women and children, and for PTSD for "First Responders", at (5:24).

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Posted by William Torrington on 08/27/2015 at 5:03 PM

Re: “Credit union sues feds, new cannabis hotel opens and more

Next time we visit Manitou, we will probably try to get reservations..

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Posted by Leprechaun1962 on 08/09/2015 at 7:35 PM

Re: “A local Bong-a-thon, marijuana banking, and more

id go to the bong a thon sounds kinda fun.

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Posted by Jay Whynotaskme on 07/31/2015 at 1:55 AM

Re: “Springs Dreams, seeking investors, PTSD, and more

Crystal Tyler Smith...would love to give you info on both, mu hubby is also a ptsd and tbi disabled vet, we are both patients and he is badged and works in industry. Please find me on Facebook

Posted by Sondra Lee Plunk on 07/25/2015 at 8:03 PM

Re: “Springs Dreams, seeking investors, PTSD, and more

I am moving to Colorado in October. I am 100% disabled Combat Veteran with PTSD, depression, and anxiety. Im interested in Canabis treatment. How does it work. I may even be able to be an investor.

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Posted by Crystal Tyler Smith on 07/25/2015 at 9:48 AM

Re: “Springs Dreams, seeking investors, PTSD, and more


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Posted by Jeff Eastman on 07/22/2015 at 4:14 PM

Re: “City to take on cannabis clubs, and more

Dont mean to be negative nancy but the marijuana dispesing game legit wise is terribly expensive, license fees upon rules and regulations, taxes the list goes on and on. Laws are meant to be followed, wanna sell marijuana/hash? Get a license to sell marijuana like the other 900 or so licensed dispensaries in the state. Dont cut corners- get license- period. I will say A64 club is the one needle in the haystack. And should be the ideal model for clubs across the state. At least they follow the rules and have been since they opened, kudos to that!!

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Posted by Luke Bonow on 06/25/2015 at 11:47 PM

Re: “City to take on cannabis clubs, and more

thanks for the support, Luke. we appreciate all the work you and AOM have done. keep up the good work.

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Posted by on 06/25/2015 at 10:07 AM

Re: “City to take on cannabis clubs, and more

A64 is legit, the other clubs are selling marijuana, no packaging requirements, no oversite, no grow requirements, no hash production requirements, nothing that all the dispensaries have to follow as far as rules and reggulations. No license fees and you CAN be a felon. So so soooooooo unfair to the people really trying to play by the rules(dispensary owners). I hope he does crack down, this has gone on wayyyyy too long, there is a reasin the clubs
are banned in other cities

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Posted by Luke Bonow on 06/25/2015 at 9:28 AM

Re: “City to take on cannabis clubs, and more

I find it especially appalling that the Mayor refused to comment to the public about his plans. The top public servant refuses to explain himself to his Masters. I propose a new law… one that requires every public employee who draws their paycheck out of the public coffers to wear a butler/maid uniform. Maybe we all need a constant visual reminder of what their job title actually is beneath all the legal mumbo-jumbo.

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Posted by tommyguitfiddle on 06/25/2015 at 8:48 AM

Re: “City to take on cannabis clubs, and more

Is there no place left where a person is simply free to peacefully do as they please as long as they do no harm to others? I'm really curious what problem the mayor is hoping to fix with a new set of laws regulating social clubs. I've had many great nights at StudioA64 and never once did I have the feeling that it would have been better if only there were a couple more laws regulating our voluntary interactions with one another.

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Posted by tommyguitfiddle on 06/25/2015 at 8:41 AM

Re: “City to take on cannabis clubs, and more

I actually expected the mayor to pull something like this. I give my full support to the cannabis clubs and cannabis community of Colorado Springs. I have been helped tremendously by the cannabis community and the clubs in particular. They are not only a safe place to go and enjoy the company of friends while medicating they have been a big supporter of the cannabis refugees. I have even been at risk of having my electricity turned off and the Speakeasy held a fundraiser to keep it on. Members of the 420 Speakeasy has helped me with medicine when I have been out and The A64 club has always included me in all events and treated me like family. As the old saying goes,"If something isn't broke don't try to fix it. The cannabis clubs are operating as they should be, benefiting the community while educating on the benefits of cannabis and fighting to end prohibition. I see no reason for the mayor to interfere and try to make changes to an already wonderful industry.

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Posted by Judy Park Major on 06/25/2015 at 8:32 AM

Re: “City to take on cannabis clubs, and more

Mr. Stark's Studio A64 Cannabis Club has helped me tremendously. My family came here from Texas as Cannabis Refugees to to save my life from epilepsy. Studio A64 was the only place that I could medicate legally, since we were staying in a hotel. I could not medicate in the hotel, or in the parking lot, or even sit in our car in parking lot to medicate, without breaking Colorado Laws on Public Cannabis Smoking, and DUI. Studio A64 gave me a safe place to medicate, relax, and enjoy myself after having 10-50 seizures daily in Texas, I am now 51 days Seizure Free on Cannabis in Colorado Springs. Studio A64 is a MUST HAVE in Colorado Springs, so we can have a safe, relaxing place to enjoy recreational Cannabis or Medicinal Cannabis, without breaking your laws!

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Posted by Sherise Nipper on 06/24/2015 at 9:08 PM

Re: “City to take on cannabis clubs, and more

For once and for all we shall set this case to rest. It's time. It's not in the job of any administration to selectively target anyone or any business (especially,, which was historically approved by the City of Colorado Springs Planning and Zoning Commission as well as the Colorado Springs City Council on April, 22nd, 2014)

Marijuana Meddling…

The kind and honest Lt. Mark Comte admits that is has not shown to be an issue in regards to calls for public saftey. Indeed we're the most likely place in the city NOT to have a problem. Bars, Subways, Banks, and 7-11s have shown statistically to be more likely to draw criminal activity.

U. Me. We. The Constitution.

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Posted by on 06/24/2015 at 8:46 PM

Re: “City to take on cannabis clubs, and more

Know the past. Be the future. Here we go again. Flashback -…

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Posted by on 06/24/2015 at 8:40 PM

Re: “City to take on cannabis clubs, and more

Thank you for your reporting, Bryce. I spoke with the mayor's office two days ago and look forward to working with the administration and city council to insure safe, responsible and full constitutional access for patients, and adults in accordance with our Colorado Constitutional rights and our Bill of Rights.…

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Posted by on 06/24/2015 at 8:39 PM

Re: “U.S. Cannabis Expo comes in June and more

Vendors and speakers: A+. Melissa Will and the Expo: F. By far the worst managed expo I've seen in 6 years. The organizers were amiture at best and fraudulently incompetent at the worst. From broken promises to empty halls, comments included, "poorly managed" "no keynote speaker support" "waste of time and money"

The U.S. Cannabis Expo did more harm than good to the industry. Tip of the hat to all the exhibitors and Keynotes, shame on the abject failure of the event owners.

From dirty floors to dirty event insults, this was the Expo that was a No Go. At no time in 12 hours did I see more visitors than venders on the event floor.

U.S. cannabis expo? it looked more like the U.S. Expo fraud.

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Posted by on 06/23/2015 at 7:37 AM

Re: “Dab Queenz seek models, pot radio debuts in Denver, and more

we need more 420 friendly events in c-springs ALOT MORE.

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Posted by Jay Whynotaskme on 06/16/2015 at 12:31 AM

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