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Legal Marijuana - What Does it Mean for Colorado?


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On Election Day, the citizens of both Colorado and Washington made the bold decision to legalize marijuana and manage it with controls similar to alcohol, prompting speculation about Amsterdam-style "drug tourism" and a new round of jokes about Colorado's official song, Rocky Mountain High.

Certainly, for Colorado, there will be big concerns about stoners on the ski slopes, and in Washington, even bigger concerns about stoned lumberjacks wielding chainsaws. But those tend to be edge cases in a much larger opportunity movement.

Using the two ballot issues as templates, the remaining 48 states will see similar versions of this legalization on their ballots in the coming years.

But for now, Colorado and Washington will be the ones making all of the critical decisions about the massive new industries that are about to unfold. The early stage people who shape this industry will define the kinds of opportunities that it creates.
Join us as we explore "Legal Marijuana" and what this will mean for Colorado.

EVENT: Night with a Futurist
DATE: January 14, 2013 - Monday
TIME: 6:30pm-8:30pm
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