According To Leaked Emails, JAD’s Mile High Smoke In Colorado Complained About Unlicensed Lounges, Events

JAD’s had privately complained to several state agencies

Remember earlier this summer, when your favorite venues for cannabis hospitality and private events like the Tetra Lounge and Ant Farm all received warnings or tickets because they allowed consumption of cannabis on their properties?

Originally, we thought the city of Denver was just busting balls. However, it’s recently been brought to light (via leaked screenshots, which we’ve included) that the reason these companies all received these aforementioned ball bustings was because the owner of the only cannabis consumption bar in Colorado complained to various enforcement agencies.

Indeed, it would appear that Stacey Davis, who owns JAD’s Mile High Smoke, complained to various members of the Marijuana Enforcement Division (MED), Denver Government, and even the mayor’s office and the chief of police in an attempt to extinguish what she refers to as “continued illegal consumption of cannabis in Denver” but what we would refer to as “Thursday night.”

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