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Reuters: "Now that pot’s legal, what happens to employees who use?"

Fisher & Phillips partner, Danielle Urban, was quoted in an opinion piece by Alison Frankel on Reuters.com. "I don’t want to harsh the mellow of all you Coloradoans enjoying your newly instituted right to use marijuana for recreational purposes, but if you smoke dope on your time off and later test positive in a workplace dr

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Colorado concealed carry permits see dramatic increase in 2013

Colorado concealed carry permits see dramatic increase in 2013

More people in Colorado than ever before are attempting to legally carry a concealed gun, and by no small margin. It's 87 percent more. And while 2012 saw a sizable increase from 2011 of permit seekers, that figure pales in comparison to this year. From January to June, 31,518 background checks were processed for concealed-carry

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Centennial Gun Club opens $10 million expansion

Centennial Gun Club opens $10 million expansion

  Clayton Woullard of the Denver Post writes: Centennial Gun Club recently finished a $10 million expansion to a new facility that's relieving the backlog of reservations at the previous location. The new facility at 11800 E. Peakview Ave., Centennial, is 35,000 square feet compared to about 8,500 square feet they had in

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Moye White Partner: How to Deduct Marijuana Expenses

Moye White partner Scott Greiner was featured last week as a legal expert on deducting marijuana expenses. Juliette Fairly writes: "While Colorado stands to gain $67 million in tax revenues and $600 million in gross sales from the sale of legalized marijuana, the companies who dispense, supply, grow and distribute the plant-based

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Local autistic boy making greats strides with music therapy

Local autistic boy making greats strides with music therapy

REDMOND, Wash. -- One in 50 school-aged kids has an autism spectrum disorder, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control. Health officials say the new information doesn't indicate more children have autism, but shows that doctors are more frequently diagnosing the disorder.  The statistics can be demoralizi

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