• Loveland, CO, is one city that might refuse to license marijuana retailers

    by  • November 16, 2012 • News Stories • 0 Comments

    “Loveland officials have begun to explore whether the city might go smokeless regarding the commercial marijuana provisions of voter-approved Amendment 64… But two city council members who have floated the idea of opting out of licensing marijuana stores in Loveland say they have 16,620 reasons to pursue that remedy. The city has time: Local governments have until Oct. 1 to establish licensing provisions, or ban sale by ordinance.” Tom Hacker at the Denver Post

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    Steve maintains Marijuana Monitor from Oakland, California. Having grown up in the East Bay and studied at UCLA, he's had ample exposure to contemporary marijuana culture and the policy debate surrounding the issue. He believes that now, more than ever, is the time for clear-headed discussion about pragmatics.

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