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The "Marion Manor" property in Cherry Creek had been frequently rented out through sites like Airbnb, leading to a series of complaints from neighbors.
The union thinks the company’s offer isn’t fair to employees, given King Soopers’ and City Market’s success in the state.
Other legislative efforts to legalize recreational marijuana are underway in New York and New Jersey, while a bill to legalize recreational cannabis in Democrat-dominated Hawaii fizzled last week.
Census data shows people moving into Fairplay from outside the county at three times the state average.
The union says they’ll strike, but they’re also going to vote on a proposal from parent-company Kroger that they say is unfair.
Denverite’s journalists will join the growing CPR News staff, though they will continue to focus on a strategy of covering Denver for those who live there.
In a record year for voter turnout, the measure passed by just 26 votes. More than 3,000 ballots were cast Tuesday.
Competition has driven down the price of marijuana, which means many smaller mom and pop dispensaries in Colorado struggle.
The Denver-based cheese giant has been hit with a number of discrimination cases alleging abuse at multiple facilities.
The minimum wage increase is only for city employees and city contractors. State law prohibits Denver from hiking wages citywide, like Seattle has done.
State House Majority Leader Alec Garnett is ready to draft legislation so the state can at least step up to the starting gate on wagers.
The two neighborhoods are some of Denver's oldest, predominantly Latino and have incomes that are lower than Denver's average.