Marijuana attractions could bring tourism to Michigan

If you have a layover in Denver, 420 Airport Pickup will take you to a marijuana dispensary, a place to get high and on a scenic tour before dropping you back off at Denver International Airport. 

Or there’s the art studio where you can smoke pot while painting with acrylics; Kush and Canvases also offers a class on rolling sushi – and joints. On a Budz and Sudz tour, you can visit both craft breweries and a marijuana growing operation in Denver, riding a tour bus stocked with snacks. 

Or to get stoned while riding in a limo or party bus, Colorado Cannabis Tours offers “high-end hot boxes on wheels” with “complementary bongs & beverages” – and don’t worry, the driver’s cabin is walled off with its own air source and filtration. 

Since Michigan voters on Tuesday approved a proposal to legalize marijuana, these kinds of attractions could be coming to that state in the next few years. And big cities, such as Chicago and Cleveland – both within a couple hours of the border –  don’t have legal recreational pot and are likely to have some cannabis-hungry residents. 

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