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Denver just made a big change on social-use cannabis: it will be permanent

Denver City Council decided in a 10-1 vote that the city should permanently allow “social” cannabis use at certain businesses in the city. The change is meant to give some stability to businesses where people can vaporize or eat marijuana legally.

City officials also are examining the city’s distance requirements. Social-use businesses must be at least 1,000 feet from schools, day care centers, city recreation centers and pools, and addiction treatment centers. Council members are considering further changes to loosen those distance restrictions. 

Original Article (Denver Post):
Denver just made a big change on social-use cannabis: it will be permanent
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