Pueblo County is one of the only places in Colorado that allows for commercial cannabis grows outside, such as the marijuana farm Los Sueños Farms LLC. (Vince Chandler, The Denver Post)

This Colorado city’s ballot is thick with anti-marijuana measures

Pueblo has built a reputation as a free-roam pot county.

Where many other counties reacted to the state legalization of recreational and medicinal marijuana by banning rec shops and putting strict limitations on plant cultivation, Pueblo has largely remained untouched by such restrictions. Now, pot opponents are taking five stabs at shutting the door on cannabis during the November election.

Competing ballot issues will decide the fate of recreational marijuana in the city of Pueblo.

Ballot Question 2B asks voters if they want to allow recreational marijuana stores within city limits, something currently under moratorium. Issue 300 asks if voters want to ban recreational sales in the city.

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