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

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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