A new study found that Colorado’s hospitality industry can thank legal weed for making $130 million in revenue since the state first launched adult-use sales in 2014.

In 2012, Denver Mayor Michael Hancock openly opposed recreational pot legalization in Colorado. He warned voters that the “perception that Denver is the marijuana capital” would “disproportionately harm” the Mile High City’s largest industry: tourism.

History has proven Hancock wrong. 

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Randy Robinson ~ MerryJane.com