In it, a reader argued that Denver needs to get its head out of its ass about public pot consumption.
This take prompted more responses, including this one from someone who feels that the public consumption debate is much ado about very little.
Here's what he had to say.
Travis Caldwell writes:
Public pot consumption is the least of the city's concerns. There's not enough officers walking around on foot to enforce it, it's a waste of time. Just do it in a secluded area away from people and children and for god's sake, quit littering with those damn medicine bottles, blunt wrap packages!
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