Denver City Council
The long strange trip the Denver City Council has taken to regulate recreational marijuana may serve as a great lesson to other communities.
The Denver City Council has changed their stance on a proposal that would limit where residents could smoke marijuana on their private property.
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.
Denver’s city council has given initial approval to an ordinance which sets limits on where people can smoke pot on private property.
The Denver City Council is set to decide where residents will be able to smoke pot outside when they are at their homes.
Those who felt the proposed marijuana law in Denver went too far have gotten their way — in part. The draft ordinance has been revised so that people don’t have to worry about being cited for smoking pot in their backyards.
There’s more controversy over legalized marijuana after some members of the Denver City Council want to limit open consumption. Marijuana advocates say the city may be violating the spirit of Amendment 64.
Denver City Council is considering a controversial marijuana proposal opponents say would undo parts of Amendment 64.
After several hours of discussion and public comments, the Denver City Council decided to postpone their vote on a proposal to charge fees for plastic bags.
Denver City Council was scheduled to consider a proposal Monday night for a 5 cent fee for using paper or plastic bags at Denver supermarkets.