December 1, 2022

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More choice, less regulation are on Colorado’s fall ballot

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If you think my job as a regulatory lawyer sounds boring, just look at this November’s ballot to change your mind. Proposed changes to alcohol, nonprofit gambling and drug laws are being voted on in Colorado this cycle, and if approved, would lower barriers to entry and allow expansion in some of the state’s most regulatory-intensive businesses.

Ballot initiatives would let grocery and convenience stores sell wine in addition to beer, eventually permit liquor store owners to be licensed in an unlimited number of locations, allow third-party delivery services such as DoorDash to bring alcoholic beverages to your door, and allow paid and professional management of nonprofit organizations’ gaming.

Another measure, perhaps the one that will receive the most voter…

Tom Downey

2022-10-01 01:30:00

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