It’s more than time. The jury is no longer out. States have been weighing in. And the answer has been a resounding : “Yes”.
It’s a massive shift that took place over just a few years.
A decade ago, no states allowed marijuana for recreational use; the first states to legalize cannabis in 2012, Colorado and Washington, did so through voter-driven initiatives.
Now, 17 states and Washington, DC, have legalized marijuana (although DC doesn’t yet allow sales), with five enacting their laws through legislatures, showing even typically cautious politicians are embracing the issue.
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