Marijuana rules in Denver: City Council's 39 key decision points

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The Denver City Council has been toiling for months on new retail marijuana regulations -- and the members' work is far from over. Today at 3 p.m., the Amendment 64 committee will meet at the City & County Building, Room 391, to discuss retail marijuana licensing ordinance issues, with specific focus on what are described as 39 "key decision points" to be considered.

See all 39 below, along with descriptions of draft proposals and art from our marijuana porn slide show.

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Continue for more of the Denver City Council's 39 key decision points for a new marijuana ordinance.

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Mozart99
Mozart99

Eric Holder may have turned around before Colorado gets its act together

Monkey
Monkey

How about this one, #40;

Does the City want to regulate marijuana like alcohol, meaning similar license and application fees, similar ownership restrictions, similar code restrictions, similar advertising restrictions and similar use, wholesale and retail restrictions.

Because it's not similar to alcohol at all now, or in the proposed regulations. If we the people said to regulate it similar to alcohol, they should offer affordable license/application fees, avoid monopolies by restricting how many stores someone can own, allow businesses anywhere alcohol businesses are allowed, allow advertising anywhere alcohol is advertised, allow people to use it anywhere people use alcohol and sell it anywhere alcohol is sold.

Chad Demis
Chad Demis

it won't let me click on the link. can you email it to me

JimTom
JimTom

@Monkey I read the A64 ballot title, blue book entry, the ballot,  and never saw "like alcohol" did I miss something? Guess I was the only one reading it.

Monkey
Monkey

 @JimTom Yes, it seems you have. Guess you should read it again. Here is a link to "The Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol Act of 2012". Which clearly uses the words "like alcohol" and "similar to alcohol" like I wrote.

"IN THE INTEREST OF THE HEALTH AND PUBLIC SAFETY OF OUR CITIZENRY, THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF COLORADO FURTHER FIND AND DECLARE THAT MARIJUANA SHOULD BE REGULATED IN A MANNER SIMILAR TO ALCOHOL"

http://www.regulatemarijuana.org/s/regulate-marijuana-alcohol-act-2012

Monkey
Monkey

@JimTom   No, I don't remember that, and neither do you. This is exactly what the wording was. The language removed was the word "legalize". They admitted this amendment does not legalize marijuana, that's why they changed it to "regulate marijuana like alcohol".

JimTom
JimTom

@Monkey @JimTom That was not listed on the ballot or in the blue book. They specifically removed that language from the blue book, remember?

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