Cannabis on the Colorado border: Trinidad sued after enacting pot club moratorium
A new lawsuit in the southern Colorado city underscores the patchwork nature of laws covering social use of marijuana after state lawmakers failed to pass regulations for pot clubs.
Colorado’s cannabis industry may be centered in metro Denver, but there’s plenty of action around the state’s edges.
Towns like Sedgwick, near Colorado’s northern border with Nebraska, have found new economic life because of legal marijuana. Not surprisingly, according to reports, many patrons at those cannabis dispensaries are from the Cornhusker State.
Meanwhile to the south, about 15 miles from the Colorado-New Mexico state line, the city of Trinidad is going through an even larger boom thanks to sales of adult-use cannabis.
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