Colorado venues trying to be marijuana friendly
Legalization » But indoor air ordinances and other laws create a potent cloud of uncertainty.
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"I also wouldn’t say we’re letting people do it, but if it happens, it happens," Herman’s Hideaway manager Chris Thomas said. "We’re not pro-marijuana, but we’re friendly as long as we don’t see or smell it being used on the property. We’re not the police."
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