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Colo. health official recommends marijuana edibles ban

9news.com — DENVER (AP) - Colorado health officials want to ban many edible forms of marijuana, including brownies, cookies and most candies. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has recommended that retail marijuana edibles be limited to lozenges and tinctures.

2 students injured by air soft gun on school bus

9news.com — AURORA - Three Laredo Middle School students face expulsion after one of them fired an air soft gun on their school bus, the Cherry Creek School District confirms. Tustin Amole with Cherry Creek Schools said a middle school student brought the pellet gun onto the school bus Thursday afternoon and fired it underneath the seat, striking a student in the back of the leg, causing minor injuries.

Alleged Ind. serial killer's victim went to Colo. school

9news.com — HAMMOND, Ind. - One of the seven women a confessed serial killer in Indiana admitted to murdering went to high school in Aurora and studied at the Community College of Denver, according to her Facebook page. A 43-year-old Indiana man and convicted sex offender admitted to killing 19-year-old Afrikka Hardy, whose body was found Friday night at a Motel 6 in Hammond, Ind.

Colorado panel preparing new look for edible pot

9news.com — DENVER- Marijuana regulators in Colorado have already tightened rules on popular forms of edible pot by requiring manufacturers to make it easier to tell how much of the drug consumers are eating. Now they're writing new rules on what the products themselves look like.
Oct 20, 2014

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The 10 worst states for women

9news.com — Based on recently released Census Bureau data, women made up almost half of the workforce last year. Yet, even working full-time and year-round, they were paid only 79 cents for every dollar men made. The wage gap varies considerably between states.

Polling and voting centers open on Monday

9news.com — DENVER - Colorado residents will be able to vote in-person or drop off ballots at polling centers on Monday. Counties were able to mail ballots to voters starting Tuesday for the Nov. 4 election. If people want to vote at the polls they can turn in their mail ballot and vote at a voter service and polling center.