In less than 60 days, Denver will receive ballots to vote on Initiative 300 The Right To Survive, an unprecedented proposal that allows people to occupy all outdoor public places, including parks and sidewalks, indefinitely. It eliminates park curfews and prohibits Denver from enforcing other essential laws that protect public safety. And, it fails to provide meaningful support for people experiencing homelessness. Learn how to talk to your clients about the issue, ask questions, understand the opposition movement and get the facts on this proposal’s impact to the commercial real estate industry in Colorado.
Roger Sherman, Together Denver – Opposition to Denver’s Initiative 300 Right To Survive
Chris Brown, Common Sense Policy Roundtable – Initiative 300 policy impact on Colorado
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