Ohio Looks for Answers on Re-legalization

Tomorrow (Nov. 3), the state of Ohio votes on re-legalization in the long-prepared and anticipated bill known as Issue 3, sponsored by Responsible Ohio. In an effort to grasp what that change might mean, a Cincinnati newspaper sent a reporter to have a look at post-legal Colorado. Here’s a bit of what the reporter found:


Here are a few things that weren’t visible:

1. Staggering stoners on city streets. Almost certainly they’re around somewhere, but four days earlier this month in Denver, they stayed inside.

2. People smoking marijuana in public. It’s illegal, just like smoking tobacco in public.

3. That certain skunky smell. Unless you were inside a marijuana store, Colorado smelled like mountain air — and car exhaust — but mainly mountain air. Inside a store, though, was chaos on the olfactory nerves. At Medicine Man, a well-known retail store and medical marijuana dispensary, massive air cleaners prevent the aroma of flowering marijuana from escaping outside.

4. Impaired drivers, except for the people who held cellphones to their ears. A 70-mile trip to Colorado Springs on Interstate 25 revealed a surprising number of drivers who obeyed the speed limit, which was 75 mph.


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Author: DavidB

a heathen, but hopefully not an unenlightened one

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