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When Colorado legalised cannabis possession in 2014, the anticipated ‘Green Rush’ of dope tourists didn’t quite happen. But the first stoners’ B&B in Denver is now leading the way.

When Colorado’s Amendment 64 took effect in January 2014, effectively legalising marijuana, hordes of tourists flocked to the state to try the barely legal drug – only to find there was nowhere to smoke it.

Though adults aged 21 or over can legally possess up to an ounce of retail marijuana, strict regulations make it difficult to consume without breaking the law.

As with the open container laws covering alcohol, marijuana cannot be smoked in public

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Kelly MacLean ~ The Guardian.com ~

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