With no opposition from committee members, the declawing ban moved forward Wednesday morning. The full Denver City Council still needs to vote on it.
"It's like chopping off the last knuckle of your finger," said Councilwoman Kendra Black, the bill's sponsor.
Industry experts and city officials laid out Monday new ways Denver could tax marijuana customers and companies as part of the the ongoing search for rates that are high enough to bring in major money but low enough not to push people into the black market.
Crime leading up to the summer was down 11 percent, according to a Denverite analysis, and property owners and businesses are reporting improvements.
America's reportedly on track to reach at least its third longest economic expansion and no recession appears to be in sight.
OK, so what do people want from the Mall now?