Marijuana: Fourteen Updates About MMJ Dispensary Openings, Closings, Changes

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Last week, we shared twelve updates about new or changing recreational dispensaries. Now, here's the latest from the State of Colorado about medical marijuana dispensary licenses, including news about three new businesses granted MMJ licenses and the very first dispensary in Trinidad. Continue for details about these centers and more.

See also: Marijuana: Twelve Updates About New or Changing Recreational Dispensaries

The dispensary location at 3722 Chestnut Place has dropped off the state medical license list. Pink House Riverside had most currently been operating out of that address, but the business name listed on the July 2014 state list of medical dispensaries was Riverside Wellness. Whether it's known as Riverside Wellness or Pink House Riverside, this dispensary has closed.

Summit Wellness, 2117 Larimer St., #1, has also dropped off the state medical license list. Although the business website is still active, the phone number has been disconnected.

The Urba at MMD of Colorado at 3954 Williams Street in Denver has closed; another Urba location, this one at 2647 West 38th Avenue in Denver, has requested to take over the Williams Street location's medical and recreational licenses. A hearing on that issue was scheduled for last week.

A company filing under the name GG-MMD Inc. has obtained a medical license for the space at 920 East Spaulding Avenue in Pueblo -- formerly the residence of the Pharm.

T.P. Main Street LLC (doing business as Trinidad Leaf) has been granted a state license for a venue at 821 East Main Street in Trinidad -- the first dispensary in Trinidad.

Cannabis Care Wellness Center, 2515 7th Avenue in Garden City, which serves both medical and adult-use patients, officially changed its doing-business-as name to "Smokey's."

Cannabis Therapeutics, a medical dispensary at 907 East Fillmore Street in Colorado Springs, changed its name to Amerigreen and is under new ownership.

Buddy Boy took over several defunct dispensary locations in July. Emerald City Organics the 303, a medical dispensary at 155 North Federal Boulevard, is now a Buddy Boy; so are the two former Garden of the Gods medical dispensary spaces at 468 South Federal Boulevard and 5050 York Street, plus the former Green Express at 120 South Kalamath Street and the former Pakalolo at 4012 West 38th Avenue.

And two more dispensaries, the former Emerald City Organics North Federal at 5115 North Federal Boulevard and the former Expanding Universe at 3814 Walnut Street, will also be reopening as Buddy Boy locations in the future.

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Trinidad Leaf

821 E. Main St., Trinidad, CO

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Urba at MMD of Colorado

2647 W. 38th Ave., Denver, CO

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Buddy Boy

155 N. Federal Blvd., Denver, CO

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Buddy Boy

468 S. Federal Blvd., Denver, CO

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Buddy Boy

5050 York St., Denver, CO

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Buddy Boy

120 S. Kalamath St., Denver, CO

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Buddy Boy

4012 W. 38th Ave., Denver, CO

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Buddy Boy

5115 N. Federal Blvd., Denver, CO

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The Factory

1155 S. Cherokee St., Denver, CO

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Buddy Boy

3814 Walnut St., Denver, CO

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11 comments
Chad A Tet
Chad A Tet

It would be, but if you read the article, they are speaking about medical shops and licenses for the most part. Derrrp.

Lynn Stiles
Lynn Stiles

Wouldn't changes in recreational marijuana be rmj? Not mmj?

GuestWho
GuestWho topcommenter

@SpottedDick   So you also oppose the use of numerous modern pharmaceuticals since many are relatively new, have noted immediate adverse side effects in addition to long-term health effects that are largely unknown?  Interesting...

GuestWho
GuestWho topcommenter

@SpottedDick    "An abbreviation (from Latin brevis, meaning short) is a shortened form of a word or phrase. Usually, but not always, it consists of a letter or group of letters taken from the word or phrase. For example, the word abbreviation can itself be represented by the abbreviation abbr.abbrv.or abbrev."


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SpottedDick
SpottedDick

@GuestWho "So you also oppose the use of numerous modern pharmaceuticals" 


Which ones were developed, promoted and "tested" by unqualified, high school dropout stoners?



Jay838
Jay838

@SpottedDick @GuestWho None, because the 'testing', or rather, approval for study by the FDA, can't happen due to the fact that marijuana is scheduled class one with no medical benefits. If that status changes, than the entire justice system and correctional prison industrial complex run by private for profit companies would be adversely affected.


I doubt that marijuana will ever be rescheduled. i think medical and recreational use at the state level will hold up moving forward.


Lastly, do you know who owns the patent on the cannabis plant? 

http://www.google.com/patents/US6630507

Thoughts? 

SpottedDick
SpottedDick

@Jay838 @SpottedDick @GuestWho


If it is ever RE-scheduled, the entire amateur "medical" marijuana industry is instantly ended.


No more hippie shack dispensaries, only licensed pharmacies with licensed pharmacists.


No more anecdotal self-experimentation, only FDA approve clinical trials run by real doctors and scientists..


No more amateur production, only DEA controlled and approved production by licensed Big Pharma corporations.


No more RECREATIONAL, as no scheduled controlled substance is approved for recreational use.


Game over!


If the DEA wanted to destroy and derail medical and recreational marijuana advances nationwide, all they have to do is grant the myopic demands of clueless stoners and RE-schedule marijuana to Sch. II or even Sch. III.



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