Does Trinidad Need Marijuana Hospitality to Keep its Grip on Ganja?

Denver may be Colorado’s cannabis capital, but Trinidad is the state’s pound-for-pound champion. The border town of just over 8,000 people is home to 25 dispensaries and sees plenty of consumers coming north from New Mexico and nearby Texas. But while the town is a shopper’s mecca, most of Trinidad’s cannabis-buying visitors don’t have anywhere to smoke it, since social use is still banned at local businesses.

But that could change, with the Trinidad City Council now accepting public input on whether it should create marijuana hospitality licenses for dispensaries, hotels and other establishments. Kimberly Schultz, one of Trinidad’s first dispensary owners, has plenty to say; she believes that adding social use would keep the town’s cannabis tourists — and their money — around a little longer.

We recently caught up with Schultz, co-owner of Trinidad’s Higher Calling U, to learn more about the past, present and future of legal weed in the town.

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