Breckenridge, Colorado has a well-founded reputation for progressive marijuana policy. The town’s voters decriminalized pot in 2009, years before the passage of Amendment 64.
Nonetheless, officials passed a law banning new pot shops from opening on Main Street, and a grandfather clause for the Breckenridge Cannabis Club, which was already located there, is about to expire. But the latter’s co-owner says an extension has been granted and she’s hopeful the BCC will be allowed to remain for the long term. More at the Denver Westword.