For six years, the city will only hand out transporter licenses to people who fit the state’s social equity criteria.
DENVER — After selling over the counter for years, marijuana dispensaries in Denver are seeing a budding opportunity. Stores are submitting applications for delivery permits and city officials say residents can expect to get their weed delivered to their front door within the next few weeks.
In April, Mayor Michael Hancock signed two council bills into law to create a social equity program for marijuana licensing in the city. For the next six years, Denver will only hand out transporter licenses to people who fit the state’s social equity criteria to make the industry more…
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