Before heading to Denver, CO, I looked in to the laws and regulations of marijuana use in that city and in the surrounding area.
I wanted to make sure I knew the laws and regulations when I used my medical marijuana.
I had to laugh when I read how exact one part of the Denver, CO rules read, with where the use of marijuana is prohibited. I will quote what it has to say. “It is illegal to consume or possess marijuana at any park (including Red Rocks) or other recreational facility, on any city-owned property (including streets and sidewalks) within 1000 feet of a school, and on the 16the Street Mall (including any city street or sidewalk one block in either marijuana on it property.” I wasn’t sure what that last emphasized phrase means, but I’m assuming it wasn’t a good place to use marijuana, unless you were in one of the designated areas. I wondered if any Denver, CO residents ever read these rules. I know the budtender in our state know the laws and regulation and could recite them to you. They need to know the laws if they want to work in a marijuana dispensary. I would love to tear apart the entire regulation that I quoted and try to make some sense. The Denver, CO solicitors who wrote the verbiage for the law need to be less vague. Considering they outlined the parks, city-owned properties, 16th Street Mall, and schools, I’m wondering if their eyes didn’t just get tired, and they missed some typos? My brother-in-law got upset with my critique and told me he was the man who penned those regulations.