Long-Term Consequences of Marijuana Legalization in Colorado


  • guest

    That’s not a bad article. The irony is Mike is posting this after just posting

    “An ideal regulatory regime would be characterized by an attitude of
    minimal restriction across the board, not only with licensing…”

  • Merle The Monster

    One should have an open mind but should start with a functioning one. This “article “ is an opinion piece not an investigative article.

    • Mike678

      Who said it was an “investigative” article Merle? Clearly, the article is against legalization and favors the negatives–are the facts presented in question? Agreed that a balanced article would include the upside of legalization, but the facts presented make this an argument–not just an opinion. Your statement, on the other hand, is an example of a fact-free opinion.

      • Merle The Monster

        So now what is not in question is that Mike678 is actually Mike Stenhouse. Another example of the subterfuge your Center engages in on an ongoing basis. Who can believe anything you guys write?

        • Justin Katz

          Mike678 is not Mike Stenhouse.

          • Merle The Monster

            Don’t you ever get tired of this charade?

        • Mike678

          Merle, Merle, Merle. Do you ever get tired of being wrong?

          • Merle The Monster

            Sorry Mike. But you guys both sound like the same arrogant bully and I don’t trust an organization that does not reveal its sources of funding and connections to other organizations. Katz ‘s lighting fast response tells me all I need to know.

  • Christopher C. Reed

    Well, think of the upside…the homeless problem has been outsourced to the good people of Colorado.