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To: RandallFlagg
The law is valid and there is no legal challenge, at least not yet. Pot is legal under Colorado law. A number of law enforcement agencies have said they will no longer cite possessors.

The problem is that pot is illegal under federal law and DOJ has not said what their position will be as to enforcement in Colorado. So, you could smoke a joint in front of Denver police headquarters but ATF could still swoop in and bust you.

The feds have looked the other way at the "medical marijuana" dispensaries and their legal suppliers. Hickenlooper has asked what their position will be on legalization but has received no formal response.

32 posted on 12/10/2012 2:26:16 PM PST by colorado tanker
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To: colorado tanker

Yeah, that’s kinda what I was thinking.
I was also thinking about growing a batch of it for barter when SHTF -now that it’s legal.
I can’t stand the smell of it, though. Never could.
I’m happy with my e-cigarettes.


34 posted on 12/10/2012 2:28:26 PM PST by RandallFlagg ("Liberalism is about as progressive as CANCER" -Alfonzo Rachel)
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To: colorado tanker

mixed feelings on this one as i live in colorado. being legal may eliminate some competition from the job pool which is fine by me as most in my profession (graphic design) are libtards anyway. i hope governor chickenpoophead has the spine to tell the feral federal government to go to hell if they try to do anything about overturning state law.
i voted against it because i didn’t want it as an ammendment to the state constitution.


40 posted on 12/10/2012 2:39:23 PM PST by bravo whiskey
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