CU student leaders want pot party moved

BOULDER — University of Colorado student leaders are hoping to change the school’s party reputation by helping move the annual marijuana smoke-out off campus.

About 10,000 participants convene annually on campus to light up for the annual marijuana celebration on April 20.

CU-Boulder was named the country’s top party school by Playboy in April and the school often tops “Reefer Madness” lists by the Princeton Review.

CU student government vice president Carly Robinson says participants should rally at the state Capitol, where they could lobby to legislators who could change the law.


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