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Marijuana Bars & Restaurants Are Coming to Denver

Marijuana Bars & Restaurants Are Coming to Denver Social marijuana is coming to Denver bars, restaurants and cafés. In a move that is expected to boost a tourism industry that saw visitors spend a record $19.1 billion last year, Denver residents voted to pass Initiative 300. Approved businesses can now apply for permits to allow marijuana consumption on their premises. …

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Marijuana Tourism: How Much Marijuana Can Your Out of State Friends Buy?

When marijuana was first legalized in Colorado, the state implemented a unique system that limited tourists and visitors from out of state to just 1/4 oz. No other recreational marijuana state in the nation used a tiered system. And, in June of this year, Governor John Hickenlooper signed HB 1261 into law, renewing Colorado’s marijuana regulations and repealing the arbitrary …

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Karing Kind Broncos Sale

Mile High Marijuana Sale at Karing Kind The day after the game… The longest you’ll have to wait for Broncos football all week. But you can make the waiting less painful with Mile High Day at Karing Kind, Boulder’s first recreational marijuana dispensary. The morning after a win is full of hope and promise. The air is cleaner. The sun …

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Marijuana Vote Results for 2016

Marijuana Vote Results for 2016 The election season that sometimes felt like it would never end is finally over. While the news focused on the presidency and social media focused on melting down, nine states were quietly deciding whether or not to approve recreational or medical marijuana. And, the results were something to be excited about. It was a presidential …

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Recreational and Medical Marijuana Votes in 2016

  What States Are Voting on Medical or Recreational Marijuana in 2016? In addition to choosing our next President, voters in nine states will help shape the face of marijuana legislation in the United States. Medical marijuana is on the ballot in four states this November. Voters in another five states are deciding whether or not recreational marijuana will be …

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Dixie Cannabis Balm Review

Dixie™ THC Relief Balm “Dixie’s luxurious salve infused with cannabis relieves stress and repairs the skin—restoring smoothness and suppleness. Massage into tense or tight muscles and relax.” Dixie™ THC infused Relief Balm is a popular marijuana topical boasting an impressive list of benefits, from smoother skin to tension and pain relief. As a sometimes climber and avid haver of dry …

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Finding 420 Friendly Housing in Boulder

Finding 420 Friendly Housing in Boulder Marijuana is legal for recreational use, but many residents and visitors are struggling to find a place where they are permitted to smoke. Public consumption of marijuana – whether you are smoking or eating edibles – is illegal in Colorado. And with strict public consumption laws and a lack of pot cafés and other …

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Karing Kind Weed Feed – Where Does Marijuana Sin Tax Go in Colorado? – V1

  Where Does Marijuana Tax Go in Colorado? It is no longer surprising when we hear about how much money marijuana brings in to the state every year. But, where does that marijuana tax money go? And, how does it impact Colorado’s state budget? When Colorado legalized marijuana for recreational use, it opened up a new stream of taxable revenue …

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Cannabis Tours, Clubs and Venues in Colorado

Cannabis Tours, Clubs and Venues in Colorado The legalization of marijuana in Colorado has brought economic growth and an increase in tourism, but strict laws about marijuana consumption has left many residents and visitors confused about where it is safe to smoke or consume edibles. Public consumption of marijuana is illegal, and – outside of a private residence – there …

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Colorado Marijuana Limits: How Much Marijuana Can You Buy in Colorado?

How Much Marijuana Can You Buy in Colorado? Marijuana has been legal for recreational use in Colorado for nearly three years. But, because marijuana legalization—and the debate about its safe use—is still relatively new, many state and local laws related to the cultivation, sale, marketing and possession of cannabis have already been changed or amended since the passing of Amendment …