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AirTHC offers pot-friendly rentals

AirTHC offers pot-friendly rentals

SMOKER FRIENDLY:AirTHC offers bed-and-breakfast listings, much like AirBNB. Photo: Associated Press

DENVER (AP) — Tourists looking for a high time could be headed to Colorado. At least that’s what some entrepreneurs think – and they’re trying to tap into the cash flow from marijuana vacations.

AirTHC offers bed-and-breakfast listings, much like AirBNB.

KUSA-TV reports visitors are able to rent homes where weed use won’t be an issue.

Pot is legal in Colorado, but smoking it in public is not.

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