Getting high in Denver is about to get more social.
The city is on track to approving a groundbreaking new measure that would allow people to use marijuana at designated businesses such as restaurants and bars.Although the results are not yet finalized, the tally as of Tuesday night showed 53.4% voted in favor and 46.5% opposed. Opponents of the measure conceded Tuesday, CNN affiliate KDVR reported.The Denver vote appears to mark another victory for the pot legalization movement. Colorado and Washington became the first states to approve recreational marijuana use in 2012. California, Massachusetts and Nevada also joined that club by legalizing recreational marijuana use last week.