Denver Mayor Swiftly Reverses Decision to Close Liquor Stores and Marijuana Dispensaries

Chris Menahan
InformationLiberation
Mar. 25, 2020

Denver Mayor Michael Hancock realized real quick that taking away the opiates of the masses is not a wise decision for a corrupt ruling class to make.

From The Denver Post:
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock changed course drastically Monday evening after announcing earlier in the day that liquor stores and recreational marijuana dispensaries would close across the city in an attempt to slow the spread of coronavirus.

His office made a new announcement around 5 p.m. via Twitter, saying that liquor and marijuana stores “with extreme physical distancing in place” will be exempt from the mandated citywide closure of non-essential businesses starting at 5 p.m. Tuesday and continuing through April 10.

The definition of extreme is six feet, or the normal amount of social distancing that’s now recommended, the city clarified.

Hancock’s shift came just hours after he had deemed liquor stores and recreational marijuana dispensaries non-essential businesses, as opposed to groceries, gas stations and healthcare operations.
The decision to close both was reversed within three hours, the Post reported.

Based off the Post's interviews, it appears wine aunts were the hardest hit.



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