Colorado proposes edible pot ban, then retreats

In this Sept. 26 photo, smaller-dose pot-infused cookies, called the Rookie Cookie, sit on the packaging table at The Growing Kitchen, in Boulder. Colorado health officials want to ban many edible forms of marijuana, including brownies, cookies and most candies, limiting sales of pot-infused food to lozenges and some liquids. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley,File)

DENVER (AP) — Colorado health authorities suggested banning many forms of edible marijuana, including brownies and cookies, then whipsawed away from the suggestion Monday after it went public.

Bail reduced for mother of baby found in trash

FILE - In this undated file photo provided by the Salt Lake County Sheriff shows Alicia Marie Englert, 23, who was arrested Tuesday, Aug. 26, 2014 on suspicion of attempted murder. Prosecutors agreed to a significant bail reduction Monday for Englert accused of leaving her newborn baby in a trash can to die. Bail for Alicia Marie Englert was reduced to $25,000. Englert will also be evaluated to see if she's mentally competent to stand trial on an attempted murder charge. (AP Photo/Salt Lake County Sheriff, File)

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Prosecutors agreed to a significant bail reduction Monday for a 23-year-old Utah woman accused of leaving her newborn baby in a trash can to die.

Judge to weigh splitting Utah attorneys general cases

FILE - In this July 30, 2014, file photo, former Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff leaves court with his family after making his initial court appearance on bribery charges in Salt Lake City. Former Utah Attorneys General John Swallow and Shurtleff will try to convince a judge next month that their bribery cases should be considered separately. A state judge on Monday, Oct. 20, 2014, scheduled a Nov. 7 hearing to consider splitting the cases and to consider arguments from Shurtleff's attorneys that the charges against him should be dropped. Shurtleff and Swallow did not appear at Monday's hearing but their attorneys did. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer, File)

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Former Utah Attorneys General John Swallow and Mark Shurtleff can make their case next month that their bribery cases should be considered separately, a state judge ruled Mond

Wyoming gay marriage will wait until today

FILE - In this Friday, Oct. 17, 2014 file photo, Dirk Andrews, left, and Travis Gray of Casper apply for a marriage license at the Natrona County Clerk's office in Casper, Wyo. Same-sex couples will have to wait until Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014 before they can get married in Wyoming. Wyoming Attorney General Peter Michael says the state will notify a federal court on Tuesday that it won't appeal last Friday's ruling that struck down the state's ban on gay marriage. (AP Photo/Casper Star-Tribune, Alan Rogers, File)

CHEYENNE, Wyo.

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