Kayvan Soorena Tyler Khalatbari-Limaki is an entrepreneur, advocate, and former 2019 mayoral candidate in Denver, CO. He is co-founder and partner of several successful businesses including a Denver-based pizza chain, a free arts magazine, an international cannabis consulting firm, and the longest continually operated cannabis company in Denver prior to the sale of its licenses to country music legend Willie Nelson and Terrapin Care Station. He is co-founder and partner in Sexpot Comedy, a burgeoning comedy collective, and is active as a volunteer and advocate in over a dozen political and nonprofit ventures aimed at ending the failed war on drugs, advocating for people of color and other marginalized communities, and establishing creative and educational opportunities for children and adults.
I’ve been involved with Denver’s cannabis policy reform since 2005. Since then, my role has expanded across the state and country both as an advocate and business owner. Denver was one of the first cities in the country to regulate medical cannabis. Be …
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