Does Anyone Care About Marijuana Delivery in Denver? | Westword – Westword

Dear Stoner: When is Denver going to admit that no one cares about weed delivery?
Stefanie

Dear Stefanie: That failure goes beyond Denver and across the state, as Aurora is the only other city of note to allow recreational pot delivery. Although the majority of Aurora’s 24 stores offer delivery, the impact has been minor, according to both dispensary owners in that city and Aurora marijuana sales figures. In Denver, just nine of 207 dispensaries currently offer delivery, according to the Department of Excise and Licenses.

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Marijuana delivery services currently operate in Aurora and Denver.

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State rules have created a complicated process for customer transactions while also banning deliveries from hotels, creating real obstacles to a delivery business’s viability. But Denver’s biggest holdup could be the initial requirement that dispensaries partner with transport services — which, until 2024, would have to qualify under social equity rules to get delivery licenses. Since so few dispensaries opted

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