I knew that Denver, CO had different laws for the usage of marijuana than we had up north. Until the last five years, we didn’t even have legal, medical marijuana, but from what I understood, Denver, CO also had legal recreational marijuana. They have different parameters for recreational than they have for medical marijuana, in the amount they are allowed to purchase. II wondered if there was a difference in where you were allowed to use recreational marijuana than where you can use medical marijuana. I shouldn’t have been surprised when I found out you could use marijuana in licensed marijuana hospitality businesses, and licensed retail marijuana hospitality and sales businesses. These businesses may be located in an area where there is a retail food established. You can not use medical or recreational marijuana in those marijuana hospitality areas if it is located near a liquor-licensed establishment. We cannot use marijuana in any business that does not have a marijuana hospitality business license or a retail marijuana hospitality and sales license. I guessed it was safe to say that you were allowed to use marijuana products in your home, but don’t go out on the porch. I understand the reasoning behind where you can and can’t use marijuana, and I felt Denver, CO laws were fair. My husband thought he should be able to use his medical marijuana anywhere on his property. He thought that if we ever moved to Denver, CO; he was going to run for a local office and push to have slacker laws with marijuana. I didn’t say a word as I went to my office.