Denverites take pride in their city. That’s why the controversy surrounding the annual 4/20 event in downtown’s Civic Center Park strikes such a contentious chord with so many people here. 

For 27 days and 26 nights last autumn, employees of Euflora, the Denver cannabis dispensary, camped outside Denver’s municipal building in order to be first in line when the doors opened on Nov. 21.

On that day, the Denver Parks and Recreation Department would begin accepting permit applications for the annual 4/20 celebration in Civic Center Park.

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Bruce Kennedy ~ Leafly.com

 

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