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Yeah? Well, most likely, he doesn't live in a state that borders Colorado. I fear from that. We are going to have pot junkies and illegal traffickers on our roads, bringing the stuff back, and lapping it up there and coming back toasted. If I had some legal mojo, I would be prepping a lawsuit by this state, and other border states, for economic impact and the costs of criminal behavior associated with their legalization. And if every state did it, even if only some of them won, the cost would force Colorado to outlaw it again.Hmm, and perhaps make it state, as well as federal, that kids caught with pot can't receive access to higher education. Higher education has already become a boondoggle, no reason to accelerate that. Choices... simple choices, simple consequences.
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