We didn’t think it possible, but the bass music capital of the world is now more lit than ever.
Following the landslide of marijuana legalization efforts won during last week’s election, Denver, Colorado has officially passed a law that enables consumers to use marijuana in any business that permits it. This update comes as a development on the 2014 ruling that merely allowed users 21 and older to use it in limited private-only areas.
Initiative 300, passed last week, allows Denver businesses, like restaurants and bars and even dance music venus, to file for a permit that allows them to designate indoor and outdoor smoking areas for customers. These areas would be limited to edibles and vaping if they are indoors. They also are forbidden from being visible to public view or to places where children may congregate.
Watch Complex‘s video on the new ruling below.
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