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Here's Where You Can Buy Legal Weed In Colorado

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Adults 21-and-over can legally purchase recreational marijuana for the first time in U.S. history starting today in Colorado.

Although hundreds of marijuana businesses have received approval from the state and local authorities, only a fraction of those pot shops around the state were able to get through the lengthy and rigorous licensing process in time to open on Jan. 1.

Here's a list of the confirmed retail pot shops expected to be open today in Colorado for those eager to experience the historic green rush first-hand:

In Denver:

3D Cannabis Center, 4305 Brighton Blvd., Denver (Map)

CitiMed, 1640 E. Evans Ave., Denver (Map)

Dank Colorado, 3835 Elm St., Denver (Map)

Denco, 3460 Park Ave. W, Denver (Map)

Denver Kush Club, 2615 Welton St., Denver (Map)

Evergreen Apothecary, 1568 S. Broadway, Denver (Map)

Kindman, 4125 Elati St., Denver (Map)

LoDo Wellness, 1617 Wazee St., Denver (Map)

Medicine Man, 470 Nome St., Denver (Map)

Mile High Medical Cannabis, 1705 Federal Blvd., Denver (Map)

The Clinic Colorado, 3888 E. Mexico Ave., Denver (Map)

The Green Solution, 2601 W. Alameda Ave., Denver (Map)

The Green Solution, 4400 Grape St., Denver (Map)

The Grove, 74 Federal Blvd., Denver (Map)

The Healing House, 2383 Downing St., Denver (Map)

The Health Center, 1736 Downing St., Denver (Map)

The Shelter, 4095 Jackson St., Denver (Map)

In Colorado:

Breckenridge Cannabis Club, 226 S. Main St., Breckenridge (Map)

BotanaCare, 11450 Cherokee St., Northglenn (Map)

Marisol Therapeutics, 922 Kimble Dr., Pueblo West (Map)
Northern Lights Natural Rx, 2045 Sheridan Blvd Suite B, Edgewater (Map)

Patients Choice/Bud Med Health Centers, 2517 Sheridan Blvd., Edgewater (Map)

The Annie's, 135 Nevada St., Central City (Map)

The Greener Side, 3321 S. Interstate 25, Pueblo (Map)

The Kine Mine, 2820 Colorado Blvd., Idaho Springs (Map)

If and when more shops end up opening around the state on Jan. 1, this list will be updated.

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