Marijuana gap divides Colorado towns that sell pot, those that don't

Neighboring Colorado communities take wildly different approaches to regulation of recreational marijuana

Ben Hawkins, left, an employee of Emerald Fields in Manitou Springs, helps customers Savannah Staff, center, and Avery Coughlin in the retail marijuana

Ben Hawkins, left, an employee of Emerald Fields in Manitou Springs, helps customers Savannah Staff, center, and Avery Coughlin in the retail marijuana shop early last month. (Andy Cross, The Denver Post)

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An interesting David-and-Goliath dynamic is taking shape across Colorado’s burgeoning commercial cannabis sector, with tiny communities friendly to the sale of…

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