Boulder allows adults 21 and over to smoke marijuana on private property, even if others can see

BOULDER, Colo. - Boulder will allow adults 21 and over to smoke pot on private property, even if others can see it and smell it.

The city council voted unanimously Tuesday night to specify that people who are legally allowed to smoke marijuana have the right to smoke it on private property.

But the city -- and the state -- are still conflicted over the sale and regulation of recreational marijuana.

The University of Colorado - Boulder banned people from holding 4/20 rallies on campus on Saturday.

Retail marijuana shops can't open until next year in Boulder.

Longmont is already taking steps to block stores from selling recreational marijuana there.  Tuesday night they voted unanimously to start the process of banning pot shops.