GREELEY Colo. The co-founder of the 11-unit marijuana-themed Cheba Hut Toasted Subs sandwich chain said he won a beer-and-wine license and a First Amendment free-speech victory this week in a successful court ruling.Scott Jennings, president and chief executive of the all-franchised Fort Collins, Colo.-based sandwich chain, who also operates three franchised locations, saw a beer-and-wine-license application for his Greeley restaurant denied in April. Contending that Judge Robert Frick, the ...

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