Fort Collins' documented crazy trip
The 10-part series, airing at 8 p.m. on Wednesdays, follows both sides of the MMJ dispensary debate and Fort Collins' decision to ban them or not.
Keep an eye out for former Fort Collins mayor Ray Martinez who proposed the ban, which went to a vote as Proposition 300.
How did the vote turn out? Well, you'll just have to tune in and find out.
Oh. Right. Sometimes, the space-time continuum really should come with a spoiler alert.
Well, still tune in anyway – the probability of seeing someone you know could be pretty high no matter which side of the debate they happen to fall.
Something else The Eye spotted: a job posting from the State of Colorado Department of Revenue seeking a criminal investigator for its Medical Marijuana Enforcement Decision in Fort Collins. Position requires, among other things, certification as a peace officer and submitting to random drug tests.
Seeing as how Fort Collins passed Prop. 300 by a 52 percent margin, this position is probably about making sure MMJ dispensaries stay stubbed out.
The application deadline closed Feb. 21.
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