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CPR: Ganjapreneurs Eyeing Marijuana Social Use Licenses

Strict Rules Or Not, Ganjapreneurs Are Eyeing Denver Social Use Licenses BY ANN MARIE AWAD OF COLORADO PUBLIC RADIO After working countless hours in the marijuana industry, the time finally came for Taylor Rosean to start his own business. When he and his friends put their heads together, the first thing that came to mind were video […]

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Denver Post: Sexy Pizza Offering Lockers For Homeless

Sexy Pizza provides locker space for homeless in Denver By TOM MCGHEE of THE DENVER POST A Denver pizza joint has joined forces with Denver Homeless Out Loud to supply lockers to the homeless on the exterior wall of the business. Sexy Pizza, which has three locations in the city,  is providing wall space for four of […]

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303 Magazine: Experience Sexpot Comedy via the RTD Light Rail

A MAPPED GUIDE ON HOW TO EXPERIENCE DENVER VIA THE RTD LIGHT RAIL By  Cori Anderson of 303 Magazine Having fun and public transportation aren’t necessarily terms that go hand-in-hand. But Denver’s RTD Light Rail, especially with the expansions of the last few years, provides a wide-reaching grid to deliver passengers to all sorts of destinations around the […]

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Marijuana Business Daily: MMJ Executives in Mainstream Politics

Marijuana executives making push into mainstream politics By John Schroyer of Marijuana Business Daily Cannabis entrepreneur Todd Mitchem announced in a late-August email blast that he’s running for Congress, and the subject line even referred to the Coloradan as a “marijuana industry leader.” He’s one of at least five current candidates for public office around the United […]

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AP: Social Marijuana Use Licenses Are Coming To Denver Soon

Denver to Start Licensing First Pot Clubs, but Few May Apply By KRISTEN NICHOLS, Associated Press DENVER (AP) — Colorado‘s largest city is on the brink of licensing some of the nation’s first legal marijuana clubs. But Denver’s elaborate hurdles for potential weed-friendly coffee shops and gathering places may mean the city gets few takers for […]

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Westword: 4/20 A Thing Of The Past?

Has 4/20 Burned Out in Colorado? April Data Shows Drop in Pot Taxes. BY THOMAS MITCHELL OF DENVER WESTWORD Sales tax data from the regulatory agency responsible for overseeing the state’s Marijuana Enforcement Division shows that Colorado’s 10 percent retail marijuana sales tax brought in slightly over $8.1 million statewide in April 2017, over $1 million […]

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