However, Under The Wording Of The Amendments, If A Medical Marijuana Store Decided To Expand And Offer Recreational Cannabis, But A License Is Denied, The Store Would Never Be Able To Expand Its Hours Even Just As A Medical Dispensary.

closing time. However, under the wording of the amendments, if a medical marijuana store decided to expand and offer recreational cannabis, but a license is denied, the store would never be able to expand its hours even just as a medical dispensary. The amendment also wouldn’t affect stores facing disciplinary action or in the application process after May 1. Black said the City Council has spent months talking about the store hours and with the late amendment, there wouldn’t be an opportunity for the public to weigh in on a change. Councilwoman Robin Kniech said she wouldn’t support the amendment because it attempts to create leverage for something the city already has a process for. “The goal is if you aren’t following the rules, you don’t get the license,” Kniech said. “That’s the consequence. Connecting it to the hours is just confusing.” Councilman Paul Lopez said he would like to hear more information and data to help him make a more informed decision on the amendments and perhaps it should be postponed or brought back to the council later. Herndon also proposed an amendment that would change retail hours to colorado marijuana 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.

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