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You May Be on the FBI’s Facial Recognition Software and Not Even Know

You May Be on the FBI’s Facial Recognition Software and Not Even Know

According to the Government Accountability Office, the Federal Bureau of Investigation has access to over 410 million photographs of innocent Americans’ faces and are using them to crack down on…

Lawmakers Try and Find Clear Marijuana Advertising Rules and Penalties

Lawmakers Try and Find Clear Marijuana Advertising Rules and Penalties

The Department of Justice is being pressured to determine clear, succinct laws regarding marijuana advertising in legal states. Some businesses that sell legal cannabis are trying to figure out how…

There is a Scientific Reason Why You Should Go on Vacation This Year

There is a Scientific Reason Why You Should Go on Vacation This Year

  Just over 50% of United States employees report coming back from vacation feeling rested and refreshed, and now scientists are actually able to tell us why. A new study…

Colorado Promotes Outdoor Recreation With a Slew of Events

Colorado Promotes Outdoor Recreation With a Slew of Events

State legislators and businesses want residents to soak up the Colorado sun while working up a sweat. Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper participated in bike rides and meetings with other elected…

Colorado’s Cattle Industry Sees Rapid Post-Drought Change

Colorado’s Cattle Industry Sees Rapid Post-Drought Change

Marshall and Ernst Windsor have run their herd of Hereford cows for almost 40 years now. Their operation is built around breeding and advancing genetics. Ernst’s predilection is towards Herefords…

First Ever DEA-Approved Medical Marijuana Study to Be Conducted On Veterans With PTSD

First Ever DEA-Approved Medical Marijuana Study to Be Conducted On Veterans With PTSD

In an industry where antiquated historical precedent is being shattered at an increasingly rapid pace, the latest move by the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) regarding medical marijuana may be one…

New ‘Blaze Pink’ Hunting Bill Hopes to Encourage Women to Hunt

New ‘Blaze Pink’ Hunting Bill Hopes to Encourage Women to Hunt

Hunters might soon be covered in bright pink across the country. KDVR reports that in Denver, Gov. John Hickenlooper is receiving a bill that would allow hunters to wear bright…