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Gas and Grass conveniences potheads in Colorado Springs

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DENVER, CO. – DECEMBER 06: A tour member, who asked not to be identified, stands in the lobby at Native Roots dispensary during a marijuana tour hosted by My 420 Tours in Denver, CO on December 06, 2014. During the day tourists visited La Conte’s grow facility, La Conte’s Clone Bar & Dispensary, Native Roots and Illuzions Glass Gallery. (Photo By Craig F. Walker / The Denver Post) (Photo Credit: Getty Images)

Next month Native Roots, a dispensary based in Denver, will open marijuana gas stations in Colorado Springs, according to KOAA.

Each location of Gas and Grass will consist of two separate stores. One, a marijuana retail shop, and two, a gas station that is open to the public.


“It’s really just kind of pairing the convenience in one specific stop,” said Tia Mattson, a spokesperson for the company.

The shop will also sell merchandise, beverages, cigarettes and other items commonly found in convenience stores.

For more about the new dispensaries read the full article.

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