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Colorado Report

Colorada Drugged Driving Data

  Ed Wood of DUID Victims Voices supplied us with his 2021 report on Drugged Driving in Colorado. Colorado Drugged Driving Data  

Colorado Suicide Rates and the Connection to Marijuana

See Graph by Clicking here: Colorado Suicide Rates & Cannabis.

 

Most Recent HIDTA Report (2020) from Colorado

The Legalization of Marijuana in Colorado: The Impact

The Rocky Mountain High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (RMHIDTA) program has published annual reports every year since 2013 tracking the impact of legalizing recreational marijuana in Colorado. The purpose is to provide data and information so that policy makers and citizens can make informed decisions on the issue of marijuana legalization.


The Colorado High Intensity Drug Trafficking Report

The purpose of this report is to document the impact of the legalization of marijuana for medical and recreational use in Colorado.

Colorado serves as an experimental lab for the nation to determine the impact of legalizing marijuana.. This is an important

opportunity to gather and examine meaningful data and identify trends. Citizens and policymakers nationwide may want to

delay any decisions on this important area until there is sufficient and accurate data to make informed decisions.

***See Executive Summary pages 11-15

 

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BREAKING NEWS OUT OF COLORADO– Good News as Citizens Take a Stand

Pot clubs prohibited

ALAMOSA – After hearing from 15 Alamosa residents urging them to pass the ordinance and one against it, the Alamosa city council on Wednesday night unanimously approved an ordinance permanently prohibiting marijuana consumption clubs in the city limits.


 

More Bad News Out of Colorado

Black Market Marijuana Bust Leaves Bruises on Colorado’s Marijuana Industry (Read this article all the way to the end to learn of other negative impacts of legalization)

Marijuana a Gateway Drug to homicide — Colorado Springs District Attorney July 25,2017

 
Police Left Buried Under a Mountain of Marijuana and Red Tape As Weed Laws Change–Colorado Independent (June 2017)

 


New Report: Colorado Youth at Risk from Marijuana Exposure

EDITORIAL: Colorado favors drugs over cops

Welcome to Colorado, where the law welcomes illicit drugs. We might next erect state border signs that say, “Give us your dealers, your cartels, Your huddled drug mules yearning to roam free, The wretched refuse of your teeming shore.” Assessing the regulatory landscape, one reasonably concludes we want more drug dealers and drugs.