Oct 15, 2014
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Cannabis can’t win with the current governor, nor his challenger Republican Bob Beauprez. Seeming out of touch with Colorado voters, Beauprez said last night during a 9News debate that Coloradans should be asked if they wanted to repeal Amendment 64. Yet, voters supported Amendment 64 by 54%, and since then 58% of Americans support marijuana legalization according to all major polls.
Beauprez’s reasoning? The apparent potential of cannabis use causing brain damage. To date there is conflicting science on the damage that cannabis use does to the brain, and some …read more