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  • Don't forget that the Feds still consider it illegal...

    Submitted by GutterBalls on Nov 7, 12 at 6:05pm
  • I LOVE living in Colorado :)

    Submitted by halorose on Nov 7, 12 at 6:16pm
  • It won't be available for recreational use for some time until they get all the laws and regulations worked out

    Submitted by crockpot on Nov 7, 12 at 3:35pm
  • We're bringing a whole new meaning to Mile High City ;)

    Submitted by infinetesmiles on Nov 7, 12 at 9:32pm
  • I wonder how much they're gonna fuck the price up.

    Submitted by Yeep on Nov 7, 12 at 3:25pm
  • as a former 815 living in 847, Chicago would definitely benefit from this.

    Submitted by plygtr85 on Nov 7, 12 at 9:39pm
  • If weed is mass produced on a industrial farm instead of grown in a basement the price will go down, thats just economics. However, it will be taxed heavily(this is a good thing!)

    Submitted by ReesesPoofs on Nov 8, 12 at 12:45am
    • The law of supply and demand says you are right, but the law corporate greed says the price will remain the same or rise.

      Submitted by SnidelyKWhiplash on Nov 8, 12 at 7:22am
      • Corporate greed would apply if it were to be run by corporations, but at least in WA it will all be grown and regulated by the state.

        Submitted by Kairaya on Nov 8, 12 at 2:44pm
  • You have to be 21 and a legal resident of CO to smoke..

    Submitted by abaum6 on Nov 7, 12 at 7:22pm
  • Already got the house in WA. With land to grow :)

    Submitted by wubbazugg on Nov 7, 12 at 7:09pm
  • My house is now on the market for double what I bought it for. I await your response.

    Submitted by lurch101 on Nov 8, 12 at 7:17pm
  • Just wait the Feds will file an injunction on it and it will be at least 3 years till u can enjoy

    Submitted by sprints54 on Nov 7, 12 at 6:24pm
    • Well, I'll just have to keep buying it with my red card then.

      Submitted by lurch101 on Nov 8, 12 at 7:18pm
  • The Feds will probably pull what they did in MT. DEA raids on our pot stores.....

    Submitted by sk8tergater on Nov 7, 12 at 7:13pm
    • They did that in california too when I lived there. Living in CO now the first thing my work did was send a mass email out letting everyone know, company policy still stands drug testing will still happen after an accident or reasonable suspicion

      Submitted by slammin211s on Nov 8, 12 at 10:47am
  • 502 in WA technically legalized marijuana...ppl can carry up to one ounce. However, they also set an unreasonably low limit for the legal intoxication level. Five nanograms/ml is so low that a regular user (i.e. a medical patient) can go two weeks with no weed and still test above that level. Yay court fees

    Submitted by GanjaGirl1029 on Nov 8, 12 at 6:37pm