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  1. Colorado Town Shoots Down Proposal to Allow Residents to Shoot Down Drones

    It's drone season! Rabbit season! Drone season! Rabbit season!

    Last year, we heard about a proposal in Deer Trail, Colorado that would allow residents to shoot down drones flying overhead in exchange for a bounty. A vote yesterday shot down the proposal and got rid of the town's mayor, who supported the plan. It looks like drone season will have to wait for another day.

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  2. Colorado Town Could Soon See Residents Collecting Unmanned Drone Bounties

    Soon to be a reason to visit Colorado aside from gorgeous views and legal weed.

    The adorable-sounding town of Deer Trail, Colorado, has drafted an ordinance to create hunting licenses specific to drones and put a bounty on downed UAVs. While the townsfolk haven't actually seen a drone flying over town yet, they really seem to be against the whole principle of the thing.

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  3. Colorado Kids Hospitalized After Snacking on Pot Cookies

    Medicinal pot needs to be treated like medicine, argue doctors pushing for childproof packaging for marijuana baked goods

    This right here, folks? This is why we can't have nice things. A recent study published online by JAMA Pediatrics found that one hospital in Colorado is dealing with a new medical phenomenon in the wake of marijuana being approved for medicinal use in the state -- children being hospitalized after unwittingly snacking on their parents' therapeutic pot brownies.

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  4. Colorado Gubernatorial Candidate Seeks Running Mate On Craigslist

    Are you unemployed and a resident of Colorado? Great news! Jason Clark, Independent gubernatorial candidate and lover of exclamation points, has a job opening on his campaign. In order to make a proper run for the state’s top job, he needs a running mate—and he’s willing to interview anyone and everyone interested. That’s why he posted this advertisement in the “Government Jobs” section of the Denver Craigslist page, hoping to recruit a qualified candidate to round out his team.

    The qualifications to apply for the running mate position are not as demanding as one would expect for such a job— as long as you’re a registered Independent who is over 30 and has lived in Colorado for at least two years, Clark would like to talk to you. Unlike most Craigslist gigs, this one may actually lead to a paid position and doesn’t even require a cover letter or resume!

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