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Weed delivery will happen in Denver starting this summer, to be followed by more dispensaries and consumption clubs

Denver’s about to become even more marijuana-friendly, with weed delivery likely starting this summer after the Denver City Council unanimously agreed Monday to overhaul the local industry with two sweeping measures. The changes have been in the works for several years, with city officials also wanting to make the industry more equitable. The first bill […]

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How will Denver’s new minimum wage impact the marijuana industry?

A recent survey of cannabis companies suggests that future entry-level employees will see better pay in Denver thanks to a new law that will increase the city’s minimum wage to $15.87 by 2022.

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

One of the clouds over Denver’s marijuana hospitality businesses is about to go away.

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Pot at a pub? Colorado agencies tell Denver they’re not budging on indoor marijuana smoking

Want to vape weed at a bar? It’s not happening anytime soon, according to a new letter from five different Colorado state agencies to the Denver City Council.

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Denver crackdown on marijuana tour buses heads to court while city task force says “legalize it.”

Two months after undercover police led a raid on marijuana party buses, the city of Denver is gearing up for a court fight.

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Denver council authorizes $15 million expansion for affordable housing fund

Two years after Denver rebooted its affordable housing effort, city leaders have nearly finalized a major increase for the government’s spending on the program.

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The Spot newsletter: Colorado legislative session ends with fireworks, a look at the state’s most competitive congressional race and a sad update on Aurora’s mayor

Welcome back to The Spot, where The Denver Post’s politics team captures what’s happening this week — from the Colorado legislature to Denver city hall, with a stop through the halls of Congress in Washington, D.C.

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Hike in retail marijuana tax is part of Denver’s plan to turbo-charge its $15 million-a-year affordable housing fund

Denver marijuana buyers would help pay for an expansion of Denver’s 10-year, $150 million affordable housing fund under a plan that includes borrowing to amp up apartment production.

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Denver approves a smoking and vaping ban for the 16th Street Mall

The Denver City Council approved a public smoking ban on the 16th Street Mall 9-0 Monday night, ending a weeks-long debate about how best to ensure that police don’t enforce the new restrictions unfairly.

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Denver council advances 10 p.m. closing time for marijuana stores

A measure that would extend Denver’s marijuana shop sales to midnight was pared back to 10 p.m. Monday before a committee sent the measure to the full City Council.

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