Marijuana advocates who filled Lincoln Park across from the state Capitol in downtown Denver to celebrate 4/20, the unofficial marijuana holiday, began leaving the park by 6 p.m. on Monday.
Pro-marijuana advocates on Monday gathered at Denver’s Lincoln Park across from the state Capitol for 4/20, the unofficial pot holiday.
This weekend’s pro-cannabis celebrations are in full force and police have been busy handing out tickets to people smoking marijuana in public.
A defaced memorial to fallen police officers has led to major backlash that includes the president of the police union, the police chief and a community group said to be responsible for the vandalism.
A Greeley man convicted of raping a woman in Lincoln Park has been sentenced to serve 16 years to life in prison.
The conflict in Chicago produced an Occupy Denver march that began at Lincoln Park. It was a last-minute gathering as Occupy Denver expressed its rage against NATO and what they call the war machine.
The cost to the City of Denver for the Occupy Denver protests and activities is approximately $365,000.
Political specialist Shaun Boyd sat down with the governor on Wednesday to talk about the Occupy Denver protest.
Representatives of Occupy Denver left Civic Center Park on Tuesday to meet with Denver Mayor Michael Hancock. They asked him for permission to stay in the park overnight.
State and city leaders are adding up the cost of all the added security needed for the Occupy Denver protests.