Neighborhood Supported Cannabis Pilot Program Qualifies for Ballot

September 2, 2016 Michael Roberts

Update: Only days after the Denver NORML-sponsored Denver Responsible Use Initiative fell short of qualifying for the November ballot, the Denver Elections Division announced that the Neighborhood Supported Cannabis Consumption Pilot Program has passed muster. Denver voters will now have a chance to weigh in about the proposal, which will allow marijuana use in social settings — [...]

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