1. High Times

    Colo. Marijuana Clubs Open

    ASPEN, CO - APRIL 18:  A woman bends down to smell a marijuana plant at the Cannabis Crown 2010 expo April 18, 2010 in Aspen, Colorado.  Cannabis Crown 2010 is hosting hundreds of marijuana-industry vendors and thousands of marijuana users in two hotels in tony Aspen, as well as holding a hemp fashion show and a marijuana-quality judging.  Colorado, one of 14 states to allow use of medical marijuana, has experienced an explosion in marijuana dispensaries, trade shows and related businesses in the last year as marijuana use becomes more mainstream.  (Photo by Chris Hondros/Getty Images)

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    Happy new year, want some pot? Recreational marijuana clubs are officially open for business in Colorado Tuesday, after voters approved Amendment 64 last month. Don’t get too excited yet: the clubs are not open to the public and they do not sell marijuana. A spokesman for Denver’s Club 64, which was named after the amendment, said that the club already has 200 members over the age of 21. Though there is some dispute about what is really allowed under the state’s new marijuana law, no police were seen outside Club 64 after its opening.

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