Will Colorado Hotels, Concerts and Lounges Allow Marijuana Use Next Year?

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Six New Year's Resolutions for Colorado Cannabis Will Hotels, Concerts and Lounges Allow Marijuana Use Next Year? Thomas Mitchell 4 EXPAND Will Hotels, Concerts and Lounges Allow Marijuana Use Next Year? Amendment 64, the measure that legalized recreational marijuana, bans "open and public" marijuana use, but doesn't define exactly what "open and public" means. These private events allowing consumption are happening everywhere, with liquor, cannabis, all of it," explains marijuana lobbyist Cindy Sovine. Jason Warf, executive director of the Southern Colorado Cannabis Council, says he represented nearly twenty marijuana clubs or social-use businesses at one point, but after law enforcement persecution now only represents two.

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Will Hotels, Concerts and Lounges Allow Marijuana Use Next Year?

Thomas Mitchell | January 3, 2019 | 12:02pm

A collective effort by several marijuana business groups could help bring social pot use to Colorado dispensaries, hotels, music venues and dozens of other types of businesses — if the concept makes it through the state legislature.

Marijuana industry lobbyists, tourism companies, lounge owners and dispensary representatives are planning to submit a marijuana hospitality bill to lawmakers that will propose creating two new business licenses that would allow social marijuana use in a manner similar to alcohol use.

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