Hopefully this will spread...
The Feds are about to come down on Colorado in a historic sized shit storm of over reaching federal law and end the legalization of the state, while wiping their own bottoms with the 10th amendment.
I doubt the Feds will go after Colorado. The drug war has been dependent upon local law enforcement to enforce federal drug laws, as the DEA is not big enough to cover even a small part of the USA.
We shall see. It happened in SoCal a few years back and people who were in compliance with State laws are still in Prison.
The YouGov survey, conducted for The Huffington Post on Dec. 5 and 6, found that 51 percent of the 1,000 adults interviewed said the federal government should “exempt adults who follow state law from enforcement.” Thirty percent said the federal government should “enforce its drug laws the same way it does in other states,” the poll found.
Support for legalizing marijuana use — and not simply for medical purposes — has been rising steadily since the early 1990s. The most recent polls have shown a public divided. A CBS News poll from mid-November found an even split, with 47 percent supporting legalization and 47 percent opposed. A more recent Quinnipiac University poll found a bare majority supporting legalization, 51 percent to 44 percent.
This is an interesting new drug:
Nabiximols is distinct from all other pharmaceutically produced cannabinoids currently available because it is derived from cannabis plants, rather than a solely synthetic process.