Community Hears Both Sides Of Initiative 300 Ahead Of May Election Homeless camps are technically illegal in Denver, but they can still be found around the city.
Voters Hear Arguments For & Against On Initiative 300Both the “Yes on 300” and “No on 300” campaigns are using opportunities to speak before community organizations as a way to get their message out directly to voters.
As Initiative 300 Gains Support, Some Residents Voice ConcernsDenver voters will soon decide on an initiative that would allow camping in public spaces.
Poll Shows Controversial 'Right To Survive' Initiative LeadingA new poll shows the so-called “Right To Survive” initiative would pass by a nearly 2-1 margin if the election were held today, according to polling data obtained by CBS4.
How Will Pot Clubs Work? Public Comment WantedThe public is commenting on a measure passed by voters in Denver last fall that would legalize pot clubs.
Buds Bring In More Than $1 Billion In ColoradoColorado dispensaries sold more than $1 billion worth of pot in 2016, according to the Colorado Department of Revenue. It includes both medical and recreational sales.
Denver Businesses Eager To Apply For Cannabis Consumption PermitsMany Denver businesses are waiting to apply for a cannabis consumption permit under Ordinance 300.
Colorado Regulators Deny Cannabis Consumption In Denver BarsState regulators delivered a blow to supporters of social marijuana use in the city of Denver.
'Yes On 300' Marijuana Supporters Declare Victory In DenverWith a more than 17,000 vote lead, proponents of Denver’s Initiative 300 are claiming victory.
Denver Voters Reject Mandatory Sick LeaveDenver voters have rejected a proposal to require businesses to provide paid sick leave.
Denver Ballot Vote Pits Businesses Against WorkersA Denver ballot initiative on requiring employers to offer paid sick leave has drawn a painful divide between small-business owners and their own employees.