22 thoughts on “Marijuana supporters pack dispensaries as recreational sales become legal”

  • The only question I have is "WHY NEITHER DISPENSARY IN CARSON CITY, THE STATE'S CAPITAL, ISN'T OPEN FOR THIS HISTORIC EVENT?"

  • Rad Radkowski says:

    "For the first time in my adult life, I am really proud of my country" – Michelle Obama. I would be over the moon if they would take it off the schedule 1 list.

  • Great precautions against any potential harm – now how about the same restrictions on alcohol which has demonstrated harms ?

  • Clutch Kickers says:

    i live in vegas now i cant wait until more people start growing in the city so the prices can start dropping as low as they did in colorado

  • Gage The Navigator says:

    This is hardly legalization, let alone nowhere near decriminalization, this war on drugs is causing too much human suffering and regulation of cannabis is just another scheme for people to make money off the people. It'll be forgivable if all the money this industry pools in can be contributed to the education system, and things like public transit, WHICH SUCK. Just my thoughts, have good night you all.

  • Johnny Nicholls says:

    really stupid you cant smoke in your own living establishment. and even dumber you cant smoke in oublic but people all over are aloud to smoke cigarettes were ever they want and if you go to a bar most likely you have to sit in a blanket of cigarette smoke. this country is fucked up.

  • American Republican PREMISE says:

    Recreational marijuana legalization will continually support criminals. Places in Latin America have supplies of drugs for organized criminals to operate in those areas which cause drug wars. That drug war left thousands dead to traffic marijuana, heroin, cocaine and many other drugs to satisfy the demand. Marijuana intended for recreational use was originally exploited from Latin America and legalization only increased exploitation efforts by criminals since late 2012. For instance, "The Legalization of Marijuana The Impact Volume 3: Section 7 talked about increased trafficking of Colorado's marijuana. Criminal organizations can take advantage of easy access which will then increase crime. For example, "The Legalization of Marijuana The Impact Volume 4: Page 115 talked about increased organized crime due to recreational marijuana legalization. Increased organized criminal activity results in a drug war from new supplies via legalization which will factor in increasing crime. WASPC (Statewide Crimes in Washington) and CBI (Statewide Crimes in Colorado) found crime to have increased from 2013 to 2015. More evidence of legal recreational marijuana effects factoring in increased crime is that state and state residents has increased revenue, yet crime is still increasing. Prohibition should be reinstated and medical marijuana legalized. Decreasing the demand for drugs using anti – drug education (to prevent new users), rehabilitation and helping non violent drug user prisoners get a new life.

  • CrackerJacksAeg says:

    Having lived in Colorado for the last 4 years, I can honestly say that (at least here) there really hasn't been a lot of consequences. Some people complain about more people smoking at concerts, but that's really been the only big beef I've heard from anybody here.

  • There are potential risks to the legalization of adult use of marijuana. Driving while consuming it poses many risks. Not to mention, self-medication can be detrimental to health if you are using it for your health problems.In addition, there are issues of suppliers as demand soars. Medical marijuana on the contrary, mitigates such risks to an extent.

  • My main issue with marijuana is the obnoxious odor that comes from marijuana smoke.  If they can use it without the stinky odor, I would not have a problem with it.

  • Stealth DevilDog420 says:

    GIVE IT TIME…. WE ALL KNOW THAT VEGAS WILL EVENTUALLY ALLOW POT SMOKING IN ROOMS FOR BIG PROFITS, HUGE PROFITS THAT WILL BENEFIT ALL INVOLVED. IT'S THE AMERICAN WAY AND IT'S A FLOOD OF MONEY AND MORE MONEY THAT WILL INCREASE EARNINGS AND PROFITS. IT IS FUTILE TO AVOID THE UNAVOIDABLE…PUFF, PASS, AND PEACE TO LAS VEGAS….

  • Funny how a naturally grown plant WITHOUT any change to its chemical structure is considered illegal. Who’s earth is this?

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