How Has Legalized Marijuana Affected Denver's MICE Scene?

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How Has Legalized Marijuana Affected Denver's MICE Scene?  
Legalization's effects on meetings and events "haven’t just been negligible, they’ve been nonexistent."
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Hard Rock Hotel to Open Canary Islands Hotel in Mid-2016  
The upcoming property is Hard Rock's second project in collaboration with leading operators, Palladium Hotel Group, who recently opened the Hard Rock Hotel Ibiza, the brand's first European hotel. Situated on Tenerife's southern coast near Adeje, the resort will have 637 rooms, including 236 suites, spread across two towers.
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New Jersey Senate Proposes Measure to Increase Hotel Tax in Meadowlands Towns  
The bill would change a 41-year-old law called the Meadowlands District Inter-Municipal Tax Sharing program, in which the district's towns that benefit from development share revenue with towns that have severe development restrictions. Under the bill, the payers would no longer have to provide money for the program from their municipal budgets. Rather, it would be funded by a new 3 percent hotel room tax in the 14 towns, which would be on top of already-existing state and local hotel taxes.
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LAN Airlines Will Offer South America Service on Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner  
LAN Airlines recently announced it will become the first carrier to offer international service to South America on the Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner at John F. Kennedy International Airport.
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Marriott Asks FCC for Permission to Block Some Outside Wi-Fi  
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission will soon decide whether to lay down rules regarding hotels' ability to block personal Wi-Fi hotspots inside their buildings, a practice that recently earned Marriott International a $600,000 fine. Back in August, Marriott, business partner Ryman Hospitality Properties, and trade group the American Hotel and Lodging Association asked the FCC to clarify when hotels can block outside Wi-Fi hotspots in order to protect their internal Wi-Fi services.
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