Bryce Crawford is a Colorado Springs native, as well as a reporter, restaurant critic and features writer. He joined the Indy in 2009, and has…
I'm not sure how it started, but it seems to be commonly understood to mean "medical marijuana." (I wish it meant "medical marijuana juana," though.)
Thanks for sharing your thoughts, Don.
This post makes no comment on Memorial Day one way or the other.
Thanks for commenting. It would have been nice to have a response from the city in the actual story, but this will have to do.
Those other quotes you cited include qualifiers about side effects from use over time. Our mayor said all teens who partake "are at risk of losing their memory for life." It's unknown whether or not he meant instantly, upon first puff, but either way: No, they're not.
Yes, all, I'm aware of what's located here. Not sure what that has to do with our amusing "relocation," but let's just get it out there before further apoplexy sets in.
Currently there are no regulations regarding the growing of hemp, one way or the other. The Colorado Legislature has until July 1, 2014 to create them.
Hey TejonTech. Unrelated to Obama, actually: It's the city's new-ish slogan. http://www.visitcos.com/liveitup
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