Denver is promising some big changes at this year’s 4/20 rally. Last year the marijuana celebration attracted thousands at a massive smoke out in Civic Center Park.
Organizers of Denver’s annual April 20 marijuana festival on Wednesday announced that rapper B.o.B and singer Wyclef Jean will headline the event as they try to draw a big post-legalization crowd and shake the memory of last year’s event, which was marred by a still-unsolved shooting.
Denver’s 4/20 rally may run into some problems this year, but the city hasn’t made any official decision to shut it down.
Retail pot sales were still going strong one week after legalization in Colorado.
A Denver City Council committee is talking about changing the city’s odors laws weeks before recreational marijuana is to become legal and go on sale.
Marijuana activists were planning to be at Civic Center Park on Monday to hand out thousands of joints.
Talks are underway to turn Denver’s annual 4/20 marijuana rally into a large pot festival.
The Denver City Council will move forward on recreational marijuana. That was the result of an informal straw poll taken Monday.
The annual 4/20 marijuana rally is this weekend in Denver and one city councilman is worried not only about that “grass,” but also the grass in Civic Center Park.
Colorado Attorney General John Suthers told CBS4 Investigator Rick Sallinger the so-called free offers of marijuana are a clear violation of the letter and intent of Amendment 64.