Is Kroger the Next (Better) Walmart?
August 26, 2016
Hmmm it would be fun to tax it, but I don't love the idea of making it legal. I am always shocked by the number of people around me that admit to using it, though!
dealwagger (rep: 10.3k) posted Nov 07, 2012
It doesn't matter since it is illegal on a federal level. Feds would never allow that kind of freedom
mrbob (rep: 225) posted Nov 07, 2012
Packing my bags for the Northwest .....
munkin2u (rep: 1.3k) posted Nov 07, 2012
Dexterous (rep: 88.4k) posted Nov 07, 2012
The feds are most likely going to go crazy with raids
bbattag (rep: 6.9k) posted Nov 07, 2012
They can't stop people from smoking it, why not legalize it and stop spending all the money trying to fight something they obviously can't and never will be able to control or stop.
krmills1 (rep: 14.3k) posted Nov 07, 2012
@munkin2u: You've obviously already smoked some. Colorado is in the SOUTHwest.
fluffy (rep: 2.2k) posted Nov 08, 2012
I failed geography. Obviously.
munkin2u (rep: 1.3k) posted Nov 08, 2012
Dexterous (rep: 88.4k) posted Nov 08, 2012
it's a two way street in my opinion. there will be some problems adjusting. besides, if it's legalized in one state, people from other states will want it legalized as well....
ancagavs (rep: 18.1k) posted Nov 09, 2012
Colorado is in the Southwest, but Washington voted to legalize as well. Packing your bags for the Northwest is actually a perfectly valid option.
lancescape (rep: 145) posted Nov 09, 2012
I've had my students in Abnormal Psyc discussing this as part of the chapter on substance abuse. There have been some great discussions.
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