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Colorado OKs Marijuana Tourism: Would You Travel to CO to Legally Smoke Pot?

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ABCNEWS.GO.COM reports:Rocky Mountain High: Pot Tourism OKed. Made up of lawmakers, law enforcement authorities and marijuana activists, the task force agreed Tuesday that the constitutional amendment on marijuana simply says that adults over 21 can use the drug, not just Colorado residents. If lawmakers agree with the recommendation, tourists would be free to buy and smoke marijuana.

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  • Inversion 2013/04/19 06:41:52
    No
    Inversion
    I already live there suckas!
  • Scrappyang 2013/03/01 16:47:05
    No
    Scrappyang
    Rght now i certainly wouldn't. But that response might change if i would need it for a medical issue.
  • CorrectOpinion 2013/02/21 23:18:27
    Yes
    CorrectOpinion
    I don't smoke pot, but would they have a red light district too. Cause I loved my Amsterdam vacation and it would be cheaper to go to Denver and do the same thing. PLUS, they only have 2 kinds of beer in Holland and Denver has a lot of microbrews.
  • 001 2013/02/21 05:15:55
    No
    001
    No need, if I wanted to (sort of) legally buy and smoke weed, all I have to do is go to a coffeeshop and identify myself as a Dutch adult.
  • Thank you but no... 2013/02/21 03:03:09
    No
    Thank you but no...
    +2
    No, I'd travel there to see these again...
    Colorado scenic Colorado scenic Colorado scenic
  • RevJim Thank y... 2013/02/22 02:36:26
  • Thank y... RevJim 2013/02/22 02:54:44
    Thank you but no...
    +1
    Beautiful!
    beautiful
  • RevJim Thank y... 2013/02/22 21:35:43
    RevJim
    +1
    And that is one of the best pictures I have seen of Maroon Bells. Colorado is certainly photogenic. I've lived here for most of my life, and never get tired of it.
  • Thank y... RevJim 2013/02/23 14:45:29
    Thank you but no...
    I can't imagine why anyone ever would. I will be back before I'm sixty, with my rucksack and hammock.
  • T A 2013/02/21 02:34:32
    No
    T A
    +1
    I don't smoke. But even if I did thetes plenty available in California and even if I lived in another state, what I do to myself is no ones concern but mine. I have no tolerance for nannies and no time for them. Any who wish to introduce violence on peaceful individuals do so at their own risk.
  • Shifting Piece 2013/02/20 23:57:55
  • Correct... Shiftin... 2013/02/21 23:20:22
    CorrectOpinion
    can stoners even get motivated enough to travel that far?
  • kcandi 2013/02/20 23:49:43
    No
    kcandi
    If I wanted to smoke pot, I'm sure I could find plenty around my own stomping grounds...
  • RevJim 2013/02/20 22:54:32
    No
    RevJim
    +1
    No, but I live in Colorado, so I don't have to. It has to be good for the economy.
    Personally, I don't think "it's legal" is a good enough reason to smoke pot.
  • Correct... RevJim 2013/02/21 23:21:05
    CorrectOpinion
    +1
    It's legal to wear shorts and a tee shirt in a snowstorm too.
  • RevJim Correct... 2013/02/22 02:28:46
    RevJim
    True. It's even legal to try to ride an elk, but that is generally discouraged.
  • BigKwell 2013/02/20 22:39:44
    No
    BigKwell
    +2
    I live in Washington State, remember? That stuff's legal here, too.
  • boognish989 2013/02/20 21:31:26
    No
    boognish989
    +2
    i'll just go in my back yard and smoke it illegally, thanks.
  • Fran-Halen 2013/02/20 21:28:58
    Yes
    Fran-Halen
    Yep ! It would be a novel experience.
  • Cookie Monster 2013/02/20 20:10:52
    No
    Cookie Monster
    +3
    I don't smoke marijuana but good for you If you do. I do think marijuana should be legal, though. There's drugs that are ten times worse than weed. From what I've seen, weed isn't that bad at all!
  • taylordoesntdeserve 2013/02/20 19:03:36
    Yes
    taylordoesntdeserve
    Totally would.
  • bags the Indigenous Guru 2013/02/20 17:35:45
    No
    bags the Indigenous Guru
    +1
    Travel halfway across the continent to smoke a joint legally? UH, no.....
  • ¤Creepy Lumberjack¤ >-QC-< 2013/02/20 16:18:45
    Yes
    ¤Creepy Lumberjack¤ >-QC-<
    I would rather go to the Netherlands though.
  • ~Worlds Away 2013/02/20 16:11:49
    Yes
    ~Worlds Away
    it would be HEAVEN LOL
  • Hakking 2013/02/20 16:01:26
  • diaverde08-AmericanKilljoy 2013/02/20 15:47:32
    Yes
    diaverde08-AmericanKilljoy
    +1
    If they had some good pot bakeries.
  • mike j 2013/02/20 15:47:19
    No
    mike j
    +2
    i would not travel across the street for a Marijuana anything . that being said , i do know that many folks do like the stuff and they need a place that is legal and safe for them to enjoy their marijuana . and if Colorado residents can withstand the outsiders coming in and touring for the purpose of smoking marijuana [ which I really have doubts about] ,then good for all. I really doubt that the citizens of Colorado are going to like this , they really dont even like outsiders coming to Colorado to do previous legal activites like snow ski-ing, so outsiders coming to Colorado with the intent to get intoxicated will not be welcome for long.
  • rand 2013/02/20 15:23:52
    No
    rand
    +2
    Even if if pot did something for me, which it doesn't, I can get it legally in Mexico anyway. "Prohibition" of pot has enriched drug cartels, prison builders, and enforcement agencies, why not let pot enhance state coffers?
  • thefatguy 2013/02/20 15:19:04
    No
    thefatguy
    +1
    No. I have no interest in using marijuana and, if I did, I would save the travel cost and just buy it locally.
  • johnc 2013/02/20 14:45:20
    No
    johnc
    So that is why the lovely Michelle went to Co. will she bring Barry a nice suprise?
  • hrailey 2013/02/20 14:32:32
    No
    hrailey
    +2
    The sad thing is: even though it would not be against the law, once a person got back home and went to work they could be fired for possessing remnants in their blood.
  • Hakking hrailey 2013/02/20 16:02:43
  • David 2013/02/20 14:31:39
    No
    David
    Smoking pot for recreational purposes is about as wise as the abusive use of prescription drugs!
  • Hakking David 2013/02/20 16:06:31 (edited)
  • boognis... David 2013/02/20 20:00:39
    boognish989
    you have combined recreational use with abuse in the same sentence. i'm curious why you didn't include alcohol or tobacco in your example. alcohol is, by far, the most widely used and abused drug on the market. it is also one of the most dangerous, in it's effect on behaviour and on the body. no other drug has the same high risk of death for addicts who are detoxing.
  • David boognis... 2013/02/20 21:36:44
    David
    +1
    "i'm curious why you didn't include alcohol or tobacco in your example"

    Simply because alcohol and tobacco didn't come to mind at the time, not because I have any time for either of them.

    Although like marijuana alcohol may have some medicinal value!
  • superangrymonkey 2013/02/20 14:07:13
    Yes
    superangrymonkey
    +1
    Why not?
  • DoxieDad 2013/02/20 13:58:56
    Yes
    DoxieDad
    +1
    I wouldn't make a Pilgrimage out of it but if in Rome well..............
  • No
    Jerry (Iron Priest)☮ R ☮ P ☮ 201
    +2
    Not only is it way too far, but I don't smoke. If people want to get high they should ingest the pot differently. Lung cancer sucks.
  • Stoner Jerry (... 2013/02/20 16:58:07
    Stoner
    Moderate Marijuana Use Does Not Impair Lung Function, Study Finds
    http://well.blogs.nytimes.com...

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