Chronic State -The Impact of Unleashing the Marijuana Industry in Your Community
How marijuana normalization impacts communities
Colorado – The Impact of Legalization
In 2012, Colorado legalized cannabis and kickstarted a multibillion dollar industry with every product imaginable -- brownies, gummy bears, granola bars, even lube! But to say that we've "legalized cannabis" is mistaken -- we've commercialized THC. In this fascinating talk, expert Ben Cort examines the impacts of this growing new industry on everything from policing & arrest rates to LGBTQ issues.
The investigative team analyzes state and federal data to explore whether the black market for marijuana is growing in Colorado. And Insight explores the state's unique link to Florida when it comes to illegal marijuana. Also, who is being arrested at the grow sites? It might not be who you would expect!
Sgt. Jim Gerhardt, Colorado Drug Investigators Association Vice President, discusses the impact legalized marijuana has had on communities, law enforcement, and families.
Uploaded by CCTV Live Streams on 2020-01-30.
Pueblo, Colorado has experienced the negative consequences of legalized marijuana. The harms and the costs are minimized by the marijuana industry, their investors, and their promoters. Concerned citizens in Pueblo Colorado failed at a initiative ballot last November 2016 to opt out of A64, retail marijuana.
Uploaded by Heidi Heilman on 2019-06-17.
Is drug testing middle school students an excessive form of security or is it an effective way to keep schools free of bad influences?
Aubree Adams of Moms Strong Asks Vermont Not to Legalize
Aubree sheds light on the truth that legalizing marijuana increases the illegal market and does kill. She shares some of the stories of the people who have lost their life's to marijuana.