What Sean Spicer Says During Press Conferences Doesn’t Necessarily Reflect What The Administration’s Policies Are, Said Kevin Fisher, Co-owner Of Rocky Mountain Remedies In Steamboat Springs.

In Colorado, we’ve changed our conversation medical marijuana by amending our Constitution,” said Jason Mitchell, manager of Roots Rx in Eagle-Vail. Medical marijuana is now legal in 28 states, Guam, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. Colorado and Washington in 2012 became the first states to legalize recreational marijuana for personal use. Now recreational use is legal in eight states and the District of Columbia, whose populations are 69 million people, almost 20 percent of the U.S. population. “What Sean Spicer says during press conferences doesn’t necessarily reflect what the administration’s policies are,” said Kevin Fisher, co-owner of Rocky Mountain Remedies in Steamboat Springs. Michael Gurtman, owner of Aspen’s newest marijuana dispensary, Best Day Ever, says it’s a states’ rights issue, as President Trump did while on the campaign trail last year. “I am disappointed and, frankly, somewhat shocked at the White House’s latest remarks in regard to a possible crackdown on states that have legalized marijuana,” Gurtman said. “Trump ran for president under the pretense of states’ rights.

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