CO Nixes Pot, Liquor Use Together In Restaurants

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Colorado licensing authorities have ruled that bars and restaurants with liquor licenses may not allow pot use on the premises, reports the Los Angeles Times. The Colorado Department of Revenue said it made the decision after talks with the liquor industry, health experts, and groups such as Mothers Against Drunk Driving. Officials said the new rule prohibiting “dual consumption” of alcohol and pot is in . . .

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