Free "dab buses" featured at latest pot-tax protest and joint giveway
|Photo by Brandon Marshall|
|Some of the joints given away in Boulder.|
RC: An oasis of freedom, a place of laughter and joy, and a safe place where people can exercise their Colorado Constitutional rights. This is why we are inviting Governor Hickenlooper to be the first governor in history to enter into a dab bus, either before or after he sells himself for $1,000-$5,000. What happens on the dab bus stays on the dab bus.
WW: Will the windows of these buses be blocked so that no one can see what's going on inside?
RC: The dab buses operate in compliance with Colorado law. They should not be a problem unless the idea of adults exercising their constitutional freedoms somehow offends.
WW: Do you believe the dab bus concept is legal under Amendment 64 and won't run afoul of restrictions against public consumption?
Photo by Brandon Marshall Some attendees at the Boulder rally.
RC: The dab buses operate throughout our state legally. It would be better if we could have more "brick and mortar" clubs, but the state is trying to clear the field for alcohol establishments like Denver Beer Co., and eliminate competition from marijuana. But, the creativity of the human pot-smoking mind knows no boundaries. If the government tries to shut one door, we open three more. Marijuana will not be contained. It will not be restrained. It will not be over-taxed.
Continue for more about today's protest, including details and photos from the free-joint rally in Denver last month.