You Have Homelessness … Spiking In That State.

… THC content in marijuana is not like it was even a generation ago. There are people overdosing based on ingestion of products that are edibles and things. You have that state being sued by at least two of their border states. You have law enforcement people and emergency rooms being overrun by problems. You have homelessness … spiking in that state. It has not been good for that state, and states like us would be wise to look at that and realize that’s a sucker’s bet.” Bevin’s comments about Colorado span a variety of issues raised since recreational marijuana sales began in 2014, including: over-consumption concerns related to cannabis-infused edibles ; Nebraska and Oklahoma’s ultimately unsuccessful legal bid against Colorado marijuana laws; ongoing questions about public health and safety effects; and efforts to wrangle and curtail gray and black market operations. Regarding Bevin’s remark about overdosing, there are no reported cases of a fatal overdose from marijuana alone, according to multiple federal and international agencies. Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper and state colorado marijuana officials are not taking a position of advocacy or opposition to legalization, but rather of “good government,” Mark Bolton, senior legal counsel and marijuana adviser for the governor’s office, said in an interview Wednesday with The Cannabist.

To read more visit http://www.thecannabist.co/2017/10/11/kentucky-gov-matt-bevin-colorado-marijuana-legalization/89775/

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