Colorado lawmakers discuss how to spend the money it's going to get from marijuana taxes.
DENVER - Denver now licenses 30 recreational marijuana shops, according to an updated list posted online by the city Thursday. That's up from an initial list of 18 issued at the start of the year.
The City has also scheduled hearings for 23 other businesses that are pursuing licenses before the end of the month.
-- Mobile users: View a map of the 30 retail licenses.
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