I'm from Colorado and tell you what many people are going bananas over amendment 64 passing. (If you are from Colorado. DONT SMOKE UNTIL HICKENLOOPER CERTIFIES VOTE, ITS STILL ILLEGAL
. Pretty much Weed is now alcohol, cept you can have up to one ounce on you = 28grams
. Can grow 6 plants and can legally sell in a store. Business, restaurants can still maintain policies on drug tests, etc. Also they can forbid smoking from being around the premise.
I for one voted on it, with full belief it is going to boost Colorado economy. Plus 40$ million of the money made within the first years is going to OUR
Schools!!! I'm ecstatic about that one. I really think this will lower violent crimes and be a good benefit to society.
I have smoked only 7 times maybe in being in college (surprise!), its enjoyable in certain moments, but everyday smoking could become en cumbersome. When I turn 21, might buy a few edibles just to say I can :P.
What are your thoughts on this? For it? Against it?
Hope to see it in other states?
Think it will boost economy?
Give me your thoughts
Sale of weed may take months, maybe even a year, so don't expect to be able to go out tomorrow to your local store and buy the ganja.
Well apparently come March, there will be official marijuana retail stores. As long as you are over 21, then you can purchase (limited???) marijuana.
The retail aspect should make a hefty profit and maybe bolster the Colorado economy.
Anymore thoughts on this. What you think retail marijuana will do, etc?