It angered thousands when Colorado Springs decided not to plunge into recreational-marijuana sales, but this city's found plenty of company on the sidelines. It's the rare Colorado municipality with the intestinal fortitude to go where it's never gone before.
Still, it's being done in big cities (Denver) and small (Oak Creek), giving us all the chance to see democracy in action (somewhere else). Here's an account of who's doing what; let us know of anything we missed by writing firstname.lastname@example.org, or commenting online.
Actions taken in the counties shown in the map only affect the unincorporated sections. If your area doesn't have its own municipal government, then the map to the right, courtesy of Colorado Counties Inc., is for you.
Here's what the cities across the state have done, according to the Colorado Municipal League. A few have decided to permit and regulate RMJ centers, while many have enacted moratoriums until after the November tax vote. The rest have opted out.To see the full map, click here.
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