Lead grows for Denver’s social marijuana use measure, but 90,000 ballots still not counted

A man exhales marijuana smoke at Ibake, a pot club in Englewood. A measure on the Nov. 8 ballot would, if it passes, allow businesses in Denver to apply for permits to let customers bring and consume their own marijuana.

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A man exhales marijuana smoke at Ibake, a pot club in Englewood. A measure on the Nov. 8 ballot would, if it passes, allow businesses in Denver to apply for permits to let customers bring and consume their own marijuana.

Too many ballots remain uncounted to declare victory for Denver’s social marijuana use ballot measure, but its lead has continued to widen in updated results.

As of 6 p.m. Thursday, 51.6 percent of voters supported passage of Initiative 300, giving it a…

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