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Mayor Michael Hancock

Answering questions about Denver’s stay-at-home order and what it means for you

Answers to common questions about Denver’s new stay-at-home order, which is similar to “shelter-in-place”

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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 will erase some marijuana convictions. The mayor says it could finally diversify an “awfully white” industry.

Denver officials will help thousands of people convicted of low-level marijuana crimes expunge their records in a series of four clinics in February and March.

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Denver will erase some marijuana convictions. The mayor says it could finally diversify an “awfully white” industry.

Denver officials will help thousands of people convicted of low-level marijuana crimes expunge their records in a series of four clinics in February and March.

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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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Denver council authorizes $15 million expansion for affordable housing fund

Two years after Denver rebooted its affordable housing effort, city leaders have nearly finalized a major increase for the government’s spending on the program.

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