Denverites will soon be able to enjoy cannabis in designated public places thanks to the passing of Ballot Measure 300 - or the Neighborhood-Supported Cannabis Consumption Pilot Program (NSCCPP) - on Nov. 8.

What this means going forward is that regular businesses like bars and cafes will be able to offer indoor or outdoor cannabis consumption under certain conditions; one being that they must receive approval from a neighborhood group, like a city-registered neighborhood organization or business improvement district, who would then be able to offer input on operations.

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Tess Allen ~ Civilized.life ~

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