While a number of recent reports and surveys have suggested that marijuana legalization hasn't had a major negative impact on Colorado society, a new report from the Rocky Mountain High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area shares a slew of troubling statistics -- including the assertion that pot-impaired driving fatalities increased 100 percent from 2007 to 2012. Given that the RMHIDTA is anti-cannabis, many of our readers had trouble accepting the study's findings. Here's one example.
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There have been so many lies told to us about pot we can not allow ourselves to believe any more!
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