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Denver to reduce fees, extend exclusivity for cannabis delivery companies

It’s going to be easier to run a cannabis delivery service in Denver thanks to a bill approved by the City Council.

According to Denverite, the measure – which must be signed into law by the mayor – would reduce the fees associated with marijuana delivery services in Colorado’s largest city:

Retail delivery licenses would drop from $2,000 to $25. Transporter permits from $2,500 to $25. Transport applications would pay a $25 fee. Retail fees would decrease to $25.


The bill also offers protections to social equity applicants seeking to start delivery companies, according to The Gazette:

Retailers no longer are allowed to create their own delivery services. The delivery-license exclusivity granted to social equity entrepreneurs will no longer expire in July 2024.

The moves are an effort to breathe life into cannabis delivery in Denver while also boosting social equity opportunities.


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