We've received a lot of feedback in regard to our recent post about proposed legislation making it harder to bust a driver for an open marijuana container. But this reader makes it clear that he didn't sweat the rules before recreational pot was legal, and he's not overly concerned about them now.
Nate Ulin writes:
So here it is: I smoke weed on occasion. All these pot rules n shit have and will have no bearing on me. I got it good and cheap when it was illegal and no one even spoke its name and I will find it now. Who cares. The easier to get the better, I guess. I know there is more to it, like tax advantages etc., but again, I don't care.
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