Friday, July 1, 2016

Legal marijuana: 2nd thoughts

Thanks to John Arthur for pointing out this article in Fortune Magazine about the problems Colorado is having with marijuana:

Colorado is having second thoughts about its rush to legalize marijuana. Marijuana-related hospitalizations have tripled since legalization, and ER visits are up 30%. Moreover, two of Colorado's neighbors - Nebraska and Kansas - are suing the state, claiming it is contributing to illegal drug trade in their states.

It's not 2-3% THC in marijuana today.  It's 20% or more.

Voters in Pueblo, Colorado, are rethinking access to marijuana in their city.  

For the full article by Jennifer Alsever, see:

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