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The chronic-le, Spring, 2011

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The chronic-le, Spring, 2011
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The chronic-le
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14 Follow the Money
How to invest in Colorado’s number-one growth industry. By Joel Warner
24 Colorado Centers
Our updated guide to the metro area’s MM J dispensaries.
Fighting for facts in theTHC/DUl bill debate has been a draining experience.
By William Breathes
Who knew that having so much THC in my blood would be a good thing? Last December, state representative Claire Levy, a Boulder Democrat, began talking about the need for a THC/DUI bill, citing anecdotal evidence from law enforcement authorities suggesting that the increase in medical marijuana users across the state had made Colorado roads more dangerous, resulting in more auto accidents.
Levy’s lack of any actual evidence documenting the stoner menace on our scenic highways and byways aside, the idea of keeping impaired drivers off the roads is solid. I know a few people who shouldn’t be in public after smoking just one hit of herb, let alone behind the wheel of a car. But when continued on page 10
The Chronic-le is published by Westword, 969Broadway, Denver, CO 80203; the contents are copyright 2011 by Village Voice Media. For information, e-mail marijuana@westword.com orcall303-296-7744.
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6 14 F oll ow the Mon e y How to invest in Colorado's number-one growth industry. By Joel Warner 24 Co l orado Centers Our updated guide to the metro area's MMJ dispensaries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fightin g for facts in t h e THC/DU I b ill d e b ate has been a d r aining experience. 8JWillia• Br•••••• knew that having so THCinmyblood would be a good thing? Last December , state representative Claire Levy, a Boulder Democrat, began talking about the need for a THC/DUI bill, citing anecdotal evidence from law enforcement authorities suggesting that the increase in medical marijuana u sers across the state had made Colorado roads more dangero us, resu l ting in more auto accidents. Levy's lack of any actual evidence documenting the stoner menace on our scenic highways and byways aside, the idea of keeping impaired drivers off the roads is solid. I know a few people who shouldn't be in public after smoking just one hit of herb, let alone behind the wheel of a car. But when continued on page 10 The Chronic-le is published by Westword , 969 Broadway , Denver , CO 80203; the contents are copyright 2011 by Village Voice Media. For information, e-mail marijuana@westword .com orca//303-296-7744. THE CHRONIC-LE SPRING 2011 I WESTWORD . COM