Colorado marijuana tourism could soon come with a little bit of education from the state

Cathy Ritter, director of the Colorado Tourism Office, told the Denver Post that Colorado.com could soon provide information about marijuana laws.

Denver's latest cash crop. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

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Denver’s latest cash crop. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

Cathy Ritter, director of the Colorado Tourism Office, told the Denver Post that Colorado.com could soon provide information about marijuana laws.

“It’s just good practice to make certain visitors have a good understanding, a good perception on what to expect when they come to visit any destination,” she told reporter Alicia Wallace.

There is no timeframe for the update right now, and Ritter emphasized that it would be in no way promotional. It would, in some ways, serve to ease the fears of anyone who might see legalization as a deterrent to visiting Colorado.

Ashley Dean

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