Our post about the announcement by Denver NORML to create a marijuana social use initiative inspired some debate about the necessity of such a rule.
But not much.
The majority of those who weighed in believe such a measure is needed just as much as it was last year, when a previous proposal was withdrawn in a deal that involved negotiations between various stakeholders that have not yet borne fruit.
This reader thinks the support for such a measure is strong.
Robbie Ratay writes:
It will pass and the city knows it, which is why they talked it off the ballot. Last year, it could have been voted on and passed.
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