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The unofficial election results are in and Buena Vista voters overwhelmingly voted no on ballot issue A, which would have allowed the sale of recreational marijuana in town, with 550 no votes cast to 348 yes votes.

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The research project will not involve providing cannabis or encouraging its use; it will simply examine existing users who have decided to treat their MS symptoms with medical marijuana and voluntarily agree to participate in the study.

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The Times spoke candidly with a handful of Buena Vista community members about their personal preferences to allow or not allow the sale of recreational marijuana in the town.

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You’d think Buena Vista was doomed to be the set for a bad sci-fi movie about a pot-smoke fueled apocalypse where doobie-smokin’ bearded hipsters and the like are turned into zombies looking for brain munchies.

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During the 2012 Colorado elections, residents of Chaffee County voted 55 percent yes to 45 percent no to amend the Constitution of Colorado to outline a statewide policy for cannabis.

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Marijuana’s inherent health benefits and contribution to moral, social and mental risks have been addressed and extensively researched by accredited universities including University of Pittsburg Medical Center, Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health and Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health among many others and published in scientific and medical journals such as Psychology of Addictive Behaviors.

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In this gig, one has to be part duck, and just let the barbs slide off the end of the tailfeathers. It comes with the turf, quite literally sometimes.

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Tenderfoot Health Collective owner Kat McQuillan said that one of the biggest surprises for her since switching from a medical to a retail model is that the average age of customers is still between 50 and 65.

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Many localities have also established local taxes on marijuana sales that, in addition to local licensing fees, are offsetting the costs associated with administrating the system and enforcing the rules.

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Many localities have also established local taxes on marijuana sales that, in addition to local licensing fees, are offsetting the costs associated with administrating the system and enforcing the rules.