Cannabis offers intriguing tourism possibilities for Maine

Could Maine’s famous tourism attractions include cannabis social clubs in hotels, or “bud-and-breakfast” inns complete with in-room vaporizers and cannabis gift bags? What about farm-to-table dinners with marijuana-infused ingredients?

Possibly, said attorneys who offered opinions about the potential business opportunities ahead for Maine’s hospitality industry. Maine legalized marijuana in a referendum question last November, but the state has yet to devise rules for the impending industry. In other states with legal recreational marijuana, specialized cannabis tourism sectors have sprung up, providing marijuana-themed activities and accommodations for visitors.

Club 64, a marijuana social club in Denver, celebrated its opening on New Year's Eve 2012, after Colorado legalized recreational marijuana use. Maine’s proposed marijuana regulations include a provision for licensed social clubs where people can buy and consume cannabis.Club 64, a marijuana social club in Denver, celebrated its opening on New Year's Eve 2012, after Colorado legalized recreational marijuana<p data-recalc-dims=... read more at: http://www.pressherald.com/2017/11/03/cannabis-offers-intriguing-tourism-possibilities-for-maine/

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