Marijuana: Check Out the Nine Latest Shops to Get Recreational Licenses

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Either the cold weather is slowing down business in general, or the recreational boom in cannabis is finally slowing down. There were nine additions to the recreational licensing list last month -- and shockingly, not one of those locations was in Aurora. Find out where they all were instead:

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A new recreational dispensary is open in Carbondale -- Acme Healing Center at 958 Highway 133.

The Clone Store, 755 South Federal Boulevard, has obtained a recreational license, but staff members haven't announced when it's going to start adult-use sales.

Peak, at 260 Broadway in Denver, obtained a recreational license and is open for business.

Colorado Grow Company has received a license for 965 1/2 Main Avenue in Durango. It's unclear when it'll open for sales.

Smokey's, at 5740 South College Avenue, Unit C, is the latest dispensary in Fort Collins to receive a recreational license.

A dispensary called Grand Life Solutions has received a recreational license for a location at 62429 US Highway 40 in Granby. No word on when it will start selling.

Colorado Dream, a dispensary opening at 24040 Highway 9 in Hartsel, received a recreational license; it's unclear when it will open its doors.

Igadi, the soon-to-open medical dispensary that received a license in Tabernash, also received a recreational license. No announcement thus far about a sales debut.

A new dispensary in Trinidad, Peaceful Herbs, at 124 Santa Fe Trail, has applied for a recreational sales license.

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