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Future of public pot smoking in Denver may be impacted as International Church of Cannabis co-founder heads to court Tuesday

Marijuana experts are watching to see how Steve Berke’s case might address a tricky question of what is considered “open and public” marijuana consumption.

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Canadian legalization creates opportunities for Colorado marijuana businesses

Nationwide recreational marijuana legalization makes Canada a fertile landscape for ganjaprenuers. While some Colorado companies are already cashing in on opportunities north of the border, the effect on the local cannabis landscape is expected to be mostly invisible to consumers, industry advocates say.

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Big-time Colorado marijuana retailers seeking to battle it out in Aspen mall

Two established purveyors of cannabis — Euflora, based in the Denver area, and The Green Joint out of Glenwood Springs with spots along Interstate 70 stretching to Grand Junction — are seeking permission to open and operate stores in an Aspen mall.

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Less politics, more commercial touches: Changes, big and small, evident at Denver’s 4/20 festival as marijuana industry takes control of event

Despite 364 days of chaos — a rumpus over rubbish, a mad dash for permits and, ultimately, a change in organizers — a cloud of marijuana smoke rose again over Denver’s Civic Center Park at 4:20 p.m. on Friday, the now-ritual marking of the city’s annual 4/20 cannabis festival.

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Steamboat debates where to allow a pot dispensary

A Colorado ski town is debating where to allow a marijuana dispensary.

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Summit County has the highest rate of marijuana-related ER visits in Colorado

“You have people coming to Colorado and they’re at high altitude and they use marijuana and they’re not sure what to expect and they end up in the emergency room.”

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Fewer travelers came to Colorado in 2016, tourism office blames waning interest in legal weed

Fewer tourists visited Colorado in 2016 and researchers say it’s because the novelty of legal marijuana is waning. Those who did visit in 2016 spent more, though.

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Denver starts work on allowing pot in yoga studios, coffee shops, art galleries and other public places

Denver is starting work Wednesday on becoming the first city in the nation to allow marijuana clubs and public pot use in places such as coffee shops, yoga studios and art galleries.

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States’ fight against Colorado marijuana laws on tap in fed court

A Colorado marijuana lawsuit that includes a bid by Oklahoma and Nebraska to stamp out legalization is set to go before a federal appeals court Tuesday.

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