Many Colorado politicians are trying to educate their colleagues on the state’s thriving marijuana market, even if they’re a tad annoyed by all the cherry picking of studies.
A federal judge struck down Tuesday the petition requirement that initially removed Lamborn from the ballot.
Colorado's Supreme Court has ruled that six-term Republican U.S. Rep. Doug Lamborn didn't qualify for his party's primary.
Two recent skirmishes over ballot petition signatures cast this coming weekend’s state party assemblies in an unexpected new light.
Claims were made that seven circulators who collected signatures for Lamborn were not Colorado residents.
The decision shakes up an already-fierce contest for the GOP nomination for governor.
“Let's take the step of allowing marijuana to be available to researchers,” the congressman said.
While Congressman Lamborn is no fan of marijuana, he now says he supports studying the potential medicinal qualities of it.
Every member of Congress gets an extra seat for the annual State of the Union address. Some take their spouses, others take people who want to make a political statement.