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Letter From The Editor: More may be joining us “lab rats”

After 2012 when Colorado voters adopted Amendment 64, the state said we were all “lab rats” in the big new experiment  to see what happens when recreational marijuana becomes legal. We weren’t alone as “lab rats” for long as Washington State quickly joined us, and then the Evergreen State was followed by Oregon, Alaska, and... Continue Reading
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