- The University of Colorado at Boulder opted to close its campus. Marijuana activists sued for an injunction against the closure (and lost). Eight counties planned events as alternatives to the smoke-ins. CU-Boulder students planned a Wyclef Jean concert where the performer is barred from making any marijuana or other drug references. Enacting the campus closure, CU-Boulder deployed police and sprayed foul-smelling fish fertilizer on the Norlin Quad. And in Denver, Civic Center is rapidly filling with people. Here we will curate social media conversation about the rallies in Denver, Boulder and around Colorado.
- — CU Independent (@cuindependent)Fri, Apr 20 2012 21:48:28
- — Kristen Rothweiler (@KrisRothweiler)Fri, Apr 20 2012 21:36:35
420 rally reports from across Colorado
In Colorado, pot culture has become pop culture, with tens of thousands demonstrating today by publicly smoking marijuana in bowls, bongs and blunts in cities and towns across the state.
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