DENVER (CBS4) – An entrepreneur says Denver International Airport denied her request to sell pot-themed souvenirs at the airport.

Retired teacher Ann Jordan now makes items like socks and flip-flops with marijuana leaves on them. Some of the airport stores say they’re interested in carrying her products.

(credit: CBS)

(credit: CBS)

Jordan says when she asked the airport, they shut her down.

“I think it’s kind of crazy because I know you can buy a lot of other Colorado products there and this is part of our culture now, so it’s a natural fit to me,” Jordan said.

An airport spokesman admitted an employee turned down Jordan’s request. The spokesman said DIA does not have a formal policy when it comes to selling pot-themed souvenirs. He said the airport is discussing the issue and will eventually make a decision.

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