Meredith Wharton, 25, works at The Coffee Joint in Denver, Friday, Feb. 9, 2018. The business' owners made an initial public pitch to the city Friday to be among the first legal marijuana clubs. The business only serves snacks and coffee currently, but its owners want to create a space where people can vape and use edible marijuana.
Meredith Wharton, 25, works at The Coffee Joint in Denver, Friday, Feb. 9, 2018. The business' owners made an initial public pitch to the city Friday to be among the first legal marijuana clubs. The business only serves snacks and coffee currently, but its owners want to create a space where people can vape and use edible marijuana. Thomas Peipert AP Photo
Meredith Wharton, 25, works at The Coffee Joint in Denver, Friday, Feb. 9, 2018. The business' owners made an initial public pitch to the city Friday to be among the first legal marijuana clubs. The business only serves snacks and coffee currently, but its owners want to create a space where people can vape and use edible marijuana. Thomas Peipert AP Photo

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