Officials block Denver bars, eateries from public MJ use program

Denver bars and many restaurants hoping to take advantage of a newly approved voter initiative to allow cannabis enthusiasts to imbibe on their premises will be out of luck, as officials moved to prevent the mixing of alcohol and cannabis.

State licensing officials announced Friday a new regulation will ban bars and many eateries from applying for a permit to allow public use of cannabis, the Denver Post reported.

Under Initiative 300, businesses and other establishments could secure a public-use permit, provided that a neighborhood organization signed off on the bid.

Officials block Denver bars, eateries from public MJ use program is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs

Officials block Denver bars, eateries from public MJ use program

Denver bars and many restaurants hoping to take advantage of a newly approved voter initiative to allow cannabis enthusiasts to imbibe on their premises will be out of luck, as officials moved to prevent the mixing of alcohol and cannabis.

State licensing officials announced Friday a new regulation will ban bars and many eateries from applying for a permit to allow public use of cannabis, the Denver Post reported.

Under Initiative 300, businesses and other establishments could secure a public-use permit, provided that a neighborhood organization signed off on the bid.

Officials block Denver bars, eateries from public MJ use program is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs