Monthly Archives: December 2014

4 years, 10 months ago Comments Off on Legalization in Colorado — A Year Later
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The first year of Marijuana legalization in Colorado is history.  What happened and what can the rest of the country learn from the Colorado experience? First, let’s note what did not happen!  In no particular order — Teen use did not increase Pot-fueled auto deaths did not increase Crime did not increase The sky did […]

4 years, 10 months ago Comments Off on Ferguson — After the Grand Jury
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Now that the  Grand Jury in Ferguson has declined to indict Officer Wilson and after an ugly night of violence in reaction, it might be time to think beyond the next the next 24 hours.  Fox News, CNN and the rest of the massive media contingent that has descended on Ferguson will depart, leaving people […]

4 years, 10 months ago Comments Off on Drug Cartels Feeling the Pinch
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A recent story on NPR nicely captures the promised benefits of legalized marijuana.  The story focuses on a farmer who grows marijuana for the Sinola Cartel, perhaps the most violent of the drug gangs exporting pot into the US. The farmer is bemoaning the skidding price of marijuana now that American consumers are shifting largely […]