Colorado congressmen have different takes on state’s pot laws
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The legalization of marijuana in Colorado will cost the state jobs, or it should be a model for the nation. It just depends on whom you ask.

Rep. Mike CoffmanMichael (Mike) Howard Coffman20 years after Columbine, Dems bullish on gun reform Denver Post editorial board says Gardner endorsement was 'mistake' Trump suggests Heller lost reelection bid because he was 'hostile' during 2016 presidential campaign MORE (R-Colo.), who is being targeted by Democrats in the midterm election, last week told KOA’s Colorado Morning News that he’s concerned about how pot will play with corporate America:

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He said, “I worry — what about a Fortune 500 corporation that wants to move to Colorado? And the chief executive office has young kids and to say, ‘Do I want my children exposed to a culture where this is acceptable for adults?’ ”

Rep. Jared PolisJared Schutz PolisColorado secretary of state bans employees from traveling to Alabama after abortion law Colorado governor marks day for teen who died in school shooting Montana Gov. Bullock enters presidential race MORE (D-Colo.), meanwhile, has introduced legislation that would have federal authorities treat marijuana like alcohol. He has hailed Colorado’s new law.