Mary Jane’s House, at 2899 Quentin Street in Denver, has been temporarily closed by the state Marijuana Enforcement Division.
A notice on the doors of the dispensary in northeast Denver, posted by the MED, notes that licenses connected to the business “have been suspended by the order of the state licensing authority for alleged violation of the Colorado Marijuana Code.”
The suspension notice doesn’t say which part of the state’s marijuana regulations Mary Jane’s House is accused of breaking, and the MED has declined to comment, citing an open investigation into the business. Mary Jane’s House has not responded to an interview request.
One of closest dispensaries to Denver International Airport, Mary Jane’s House opened in 2019 under owner April Blundell. According to MED licensing documents, Mary Jane’s House is no longer under Blundell’s ownership; the business was attempting to register with the state as a dispensary called “Mr. G” as recently as January 1.
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