Cannabis Delivery And Social Use Lounges May Be Coming To Denver

The proposal has the most extensive changes for the industry since legalization

The City of Denver is considering a series of changes that would give more expansion opportunities to the marijuana industry.

Denver’s Department of Excise and Licenses’ proposal includes some of the most extensive changes for the industry since marijuana was legalized seven years ago.

“We pulled a lot of people together and over two years worked really hard with significant study and analysis and outreach,” said Ashley Kilroy, executive director of excise and licenses for the City of Denver.

One of the most notable changes that is being proposed includes Denver opting into a state law that allows local municipalities to authorize and regulate marijuana delivery.

The proposal would also allow Denver to opt into a law that expands opportunities for cannabis consumption businesses. Those licensed businesses would be able to allow customers to smoke cannabis indoors, sell small amounts of cannabis, and allow customers to bring their own.

To Read The Rest Of This Article On ABC 7, Click Here

Stay up-to-date!

Get all the news and info straight into your inbox that you need to help grow your business.

To Top