Colorado

Animas, San Juan Water Reopened for Public Use Ten Days after Accidental Toxic Mine Spill

Animas, San Juan Water Reopened for Public Use Ten Days after Accidental Toxic M

On August 5, a toxic mine spill from Colorado gold mine polluted the water of Animas and San Juan rivers. Since then the water was banned for public use. On Saturday the ban was lifted after it was tested by the New Mexico Environment Department.

Accidental Spill from Colorado Mine Worse Than Estimated Says EPA

Accidental Spill from Colorado Mine Worse Than Estimated Says EPA

The breach in a defunct Colorado Gold King Mine wall that caused spill of toxic waste is thrice the amount earlier estimated said the Environmental Protection Agency.

Fourth Corner Credit Union’s Bid for Permission to go Into Business Rejected by Federal Regulators

Fourth Corner Credit Union’s Bid for Permission to go Into Business Rejected

Although Marijuana businesses are legal in Colorado but they do not have much option when it comes to the banking system and have to rely much on cash transactions because pot business is considered illegal under the federal law.

Colorado Making a Move to Allow Use of Medical Marijuana for People on Probation or Parole

Colorado Making a Move to Allow Use of Medical Marijuana for People on Probation

A proposal by Colorado to permit the use of medical marijuana by people on parole or probation or parole has succeeded to get unanimous approval in the state Legislature. Earlier the state has permitted the use of medical marijuana for fifteen years but that was not applicable for the people on trial or probation and parole.

Body Clock Affects Sleep in Youngsters and Tots

Body Clock Affects Sleep in Youngsters and Tots

A new research states the reason for the restlessness that most of the youngsters feel at the time of their sleep.

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