Proposal for Denver’s first marijuana club takes early steps

Proposal For Denver’s First Marijuana Club Takes Early Steps

Published: Feb 9, 2018, 4:57 pm • Updated: Feb 9, 2018, 5:25 pm By Kathleen Foody, The Associated Press DENVER — Owners of a Colorado business seeking to be among the nation’s first legal marijuana clubs made an initial public pitch to city officials on Friday, laying out their plans to prevent underage and otherwise illegal use at the site. The owners of the Coffee Joint reiterated their plan to charge an entry fee to the space where customers can vape or eat marijuana products. The space is already open but is only selling coffee and pre-packaged snacks for now. City officials put specific focus on how the business will train employees to prevent anyone underage from entering, keep customers from distributing marijuana and responding if someone has over-consumed. Related storiesFirst marijuana spa in U.S. applies to operate in historic Denver mansionOp-ed: Denver should re-think the overly strict rules for social marijuana venuesCoffee shop wants to be Denver’s first legal...

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