DENVER (AP) -- Job seekers are expected to turn out in droves for a marijuana job fair in Denver.
More than a dozen Colorado marijuana-related companies are joining forces to recruit hundreds of people 21 and older for positions in accounting, technology, advertising and selling the now-legal drug.
The event Thursday is expected to draw about 700 job seekers.
According to the Denver Post, use of marijuana is prohibited in line or at the fair.
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