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Questions about Denver’s decriminalization of magic mushrooms? We have your answers

Passage has led to national headlines, strong opinions and serious speculation. It has also led to a lot of misunderstandings and questions. Let’s answer those questions now.

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Denver first in U.S. to decriminalize psychedelic mushrooms

Denver is poised to become the first city in the nation to effectively decriminalize psychedelic mushrooms after final ballot-counting flipped Initiative 301’s margin in favor of narrow passage.

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Podcast: Where did all of Colorado’s marijuana money go?

Denver Post reporters David Migoya and Jon Murray discuss their reporting in the three-part series “State of Marijuana” and how pot money has affected communities across Colorado.

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Where did all of Colorado’s pot money go? The Post set out to answer that question

As Colorado began its fourth year of legalized recreational marijuana in 2018, The Denver Post decided it was important to let readers know about the state of the industry as its fifth anniversary loomed.

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VIDEOS: Understanding where Colorado’s marijuana money goes

Since 2014, a lot of money has been spent on the green stuff, but where does all the marijuana tax money go? These videos explain the two state taxes on retail marijuana in Colorado: A 15 percent excise tax that wholesale marijuana buyers pay and a 15 percent sales tax that consumers pay on retail marijuana.

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Colorado communities pocket big bucks from legal marijuana, but threats loom for some

The roll-out of recreational marijuana sales five years ago has raised tens of millions of dollars annually to tackle a litany of local concerns — from paying for main street makeovers in cash-strapped small towns to expanding programs to address Denver’s opioid crisis and housing affordability crunch.

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Pot delivery one possibility as Colorado prepares for a year of change in marijuana industry

Colorado legislators will consider legalizing marijuana delivery and making it easier to invest in cannabis businesses, among other initiatives in 2019.

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Denver will help expunge marijuana convictions for 10,000-plus people

Colorado may be the mecca of legal marijuana, but the state’s old drug laws still loom large. Now Denver Mayor Michael Hancock has ordered a “citywide effort” to vacate and expunge past municipal marijuana convictions.

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Pot at a pub? Colorado agencies tell Denver they’re not budging on indoor marijuana smoking

Want to vape weed at a bar? It’s not happening anytime soon, according to a new letter from five different Colorado state agencies to the Denver City Council.

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Denver crackdown on marijuana tour buses heads to court while city task force says “legalize it.”

Two months after undercover police led a raid on marijuana party buses, the city of Denver is gearing up for a court fight.

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