A Year After Marijuana Legalization In Colorado, ‘Everything’s Fine’ Confirm Police

Last night the U.S. House voted down a bipartisan amendment that would have allowed VA doctors to recommend marijuana to their patients.

COLORADO:  It’s been a year since Colorado became the first state in the US to legalize marijuana, and its impact on health, crime, employment and other factors can now be more empirically measured.

So, did it bring about an apocalypse leaving the streets strewn with out-of-work addicts as some Republicans feared?

“We found there hasn’t been much of a change of anything,” a Denver police officer told CBC this week.

“Basically, officers aren’t seeing much of a change in how they do police work.”

Read full article @ The Independent

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