Denver Social Use Initiative Makes Ballot

Denver Social Use Initiative Makes Ballot as voters will have the opportunity to vote on a ballot measure this November.

Denver Social Use Initiative

DENVER, CO – August 12, 2016: Marijuana activist Emmett Reistroffer and cannabis consultant Kayvan Khalatbari hand deliver more than 10,800 signatures for a public cannabis use ballot initiative to the Denver Elections officials. Backers of a Denver initiative that would allow adults to consume cannabis in regulated, neighborhood-approved consumption spaces submit a petition to city officials on Friday, August 12, 2016 with more than twice the number of voter signatures needed to qualify for the November ballot. (Photo by Vince Chandler / The Denver Post)

The measure would allow adults to consume cannabis in regulated, neighborhood-approved consumption spaces.

The Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services has issued a $60,000 fine relating to a marijuana-related securities fraud.

According to newly released estimates, Miami-Dade County in Florida could reap as much as $124 million annually in medical marijuana sales.

The Illinois Supreme Court has clarified new rules for the state’s decriminalization law.

The BBC reports that two police officers were shot Wednesday in the semi-autonomous region of Christiana in the city of Copenhagen, Denmark, in a gun battle with drug dealers, leading to residents tearing down their cannabis markets.