DENVER – After all of the hype about allowing people to bring their own marijuana into different businesses in Denver, the city says no one has applied for a license to do so.
As of Thursday, the process to apply is now open in Denver. The license would grant stores permission to have a “designated consumption area” (DCA) for cannabis to be used by customers 21 and older – something voters approved with Initiative 300. You will be asked for an ID before you enter the DCA.
Next checked on Friday, and no one has submitted an application, however, Dan Rowland with the Department of Excise and Licensing said he’s not surprised. Many businesses that expressed interest in the idea are still negotiating leases and jumping through other hoops like that before applying.
Source: Cannabis Business Times