This take led to more discussion about how social marijuana use regulations might work in Denver — including the ways that alcohol and cannabis consumption might coexist.
This reader foresees problems, but offers a solution.
One that involves venues that sell marijuana for use instead of simply providing a place for folks to smoke it.
Jay Brown writes:
Bars will lose a ton on drink sales if they let people smoke weed, not to mention people will be twice as trashed and very likely become a problem. If ya ask me It doesn't make sense for nightclubs unless they sell joints or something. Now if they serve food and its not just a drinking establishment that makes more sense to have a patio/room to smoke in... But a standalone pot bar that only serves pot is a yes in my book....
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