Some neighbors of marijuana shops and a group that advocates for tighter restrictions on legal cannabis have begun pushing back against a proposal that would extend Denver’s cutoff for sales to midnight.
During its meeting at 3 p.m. Monday, the Denver City Council’s special-issue marijuana committee is set to consider the proposal that would allow shops to extend their hours beyond the city’s current 7 p.m. mandatory closing time. Councilwoman Kendra Black, the panel’s chair, is sponsoring the measure that would match the midnight sales cutoffs in neighboring Glendale and Edgewater.
Monday afternoon’s agenda includes a presentation from the Marijuana Industry Group, which has lobbied the council for the change in allowed operating hours.
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