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Attorneys: Colorado marijuana ruling should ease employers’ concerns

Attorneys: Colorado marijuana ruling should ease employers’ concerns

Colorado employers should feel more secure in enforcing their drug policies against marijuana use after the Colorado Court of Appeals held recently that an employee can be fired for testing positive for medical marijuana — even if that use occurred offsite and was legal under state law,…

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Great Clues in Bombing Suspect Images, Knierim Says

Great Clues in Bombing Suspect Images, Knierim Says

April 18 (Bloomberg) — Kevin Knierim, a former Federal Bureau of Investigation agent, and Larry Compton, operations manager at Forensic Video Solutions, talk about FBI’s release today of pictures and video showing two men suspected in the April 15 terrorist bombing in Boston. They speak…

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Terralux next-generation LED ‘light engines’ brighten its future

Terralux next-generation LED ‘light engines’ brighten its future

Terralux next-generation LED ‘light engines’ brighten its future   Cathy ProctorReporter Denver Business Journal Longmont’s Terralux Inc. doesn’t make light bulbs. The manufacturing company focuses on next-generation LED “light engines”, devices that makers of lamps and light fixtures use in their existing product lines to make…

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Healthcare changes will keep fewer from falling through the cracks

Healthcare changes will keep fewer from falling through the cracks

  DENVER – In the basement of a church on Emerson Street you will find fresh coffee brewing, a safe place to rest and help for those facing the challenges of mental illness.  The CHARG Resource Center opened in 1989, and in the days since…

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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…

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New Twist to the Renewable PTC Extension: Defining “Under Construction”

New Twist to the Renewable PTC Extension: Defining “Under Construction”

John W. Kellogg and Rebecca B. DeCook, Partners, Moye White LLP Once again the race is on to get new renewable energy projects under construction by year end. While the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 (“ATRA”) provided the long sought extension of the Production…

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RavenBrick leases larger quarters, eyes expansion

RavenBrick leases larger quarters, eyes expansion

By: Dennis Huspeni Reporter-Denver Business Journal Email  | Google+  | Twitter  | Real Deals blog The growing Denver company RavenBrick LLC just inked a deal that will give it the manufacturing space it needs. The company, which developed a windowpane film called RavenWindow that automatically darkens at a pre-set temperature, signed a five-year lease…

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High-flying attorney keeps his feet far from the ground

High-flying attorney keeps his feet far from the ground

Lisa Wirthman, Special to the Business Journal The journey to becoming a competitive aerobatic pilot began in Chris Leach’s imagination. “When you’re a kid and you’re playing with your little model planes, you make them do loops and you fly upside down,” said Leach, an attorney…

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Denver psychiatrist’s sound therapy attracts attention for autism treatment

Denver psychiatrist’s sound therapy attracts attention for autism treatment

Dr. Ron Minson didn’t know how to help his daughter when she was struggling to keep a job and battling with depression. She had been diagnosed as dyslexic, but he couldn’t find a treatment that worked. Then he and his wife discovered a form of…

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How To Avoid A Political Minefield

How To Avoid A Political Minefield

By EILENE ZIMMERMAN Published: October 20, 2012 Q. It’s presidential election season, and the water-cooler conversations have become much more political. Is it O.K. to express your views at the office, or is it best to avoid such discussions? A. There is good reason for the adage about…

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