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What are those ‘Vote NO on 300’ signs?

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You’ve seen them in neighborhoods, outside businesses and in public spaces, but what do they mean?

The “Vote NO on 300” signs refer to the “Right to Survive” Initiative 300. If passed by Denver voters, it would lift the urban camping ban. According to CPR, no other city in the U.S. has codified a person’s right to live in public spaces.

Those against the initiative include the Colorado Rockies, Downtown Denver Partnership, Denver Chamber of Commerce and more. However, both sides agree this is not a solution to homelessness. Make your voice heard on the issue on May 7.

– Emily Tracy, The 100 Companies

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