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    Colorado becomes first state to legalise marijuana for recreational use

    Queue here to get high: Hundreds of marijuana users line up at Colorado stores as state becomes the first to allow sales for recreational use




    • Thousands celebrate Colorado becoming the first state in America to legally sell marijuana for recreational use
    • Across Denver, cannabis 'End of Prohibition Parties' got underway
    • Sean Azzariti, 32, a former Marine and veteran of two tours of Iraq will become the first legal customer in the nation's history
    • He has become the face of the legalization campaign after turning to marijuana to treat his PTSD

    • So far, 136 stores have been granted licenses across the state to sell recreational cannabis
    • 78 marijuana cultivation facilities have been licensed by the state
    • The legalization is not universal - 33 cities and towns across the state opted out of the new laws
    • But smoking marijuana in public remains illegal
    • The most likely to pass that legislature next are Delaware, Hawaii, Maine, Rhode Island and Vermont, experts say
    As a group they're not known for their get up and go, but hundreds of marijuana users stood in line before dawn as Colorado entered history as the first state in America to license the sale of the drug for recreational use today.


    More than 200 customers stood in the snow before the doors of 3D Cannabis Centre, Denver opened at 8am and the first sale was made.
    For some it was the continuation of the party that had started at midnight when, firing up bongs and cheering in a cloud of marijuana smoke, partiers celebrated as midnight passed and Colorado's Prohibition on Marijuana officially came to an end.


    Damian Stasek, left, and Sterling Hamilton, right, celebrate being the second and third persons, respectively, to legally buy recreational marijuana at the BotanaCare store in Northglenn on January 1

    Customer Adam Hartle smiles as he makes a cash transaction, one of the first to buy retail marijuana at 3D Cannabis Center, which opened as a legal recreational retail outlet in Denver



    The line started in pre-dawn and grew far down the street before the Lodo Wellness Center, a pot dispensary in Denver, Colorado on January 1

    Customers sniff marijuana samples at the Denver Discreet Dispensary in Denver, Colorado, in January 1, 2014

    Mark Gordon (left) and Ryan Perry display their 'I Want Weed' t-shirts as they wait in line to be among the first to legally buy recreational marijuana at the Botana Care store in Northglenn, Colorado




    In downtown Denver close to 600 supporters of Amendment 64 did so with an ‘End of Prohibition Party,’ - one of several that took place across the city - echoing scenes of the 1933 festivities that marked the end of alcohol prohibition in America.
    Flapper girls danced, a swing band played and hundreds of balloons tumbled from the ceiling as, at midnight, a banner declaring: ‘Cannabis Prohibition is Over!' unfurled to roars from the crowd.

    New Year celebration of legalized marijuana stubbed out hours before planned party to celebrate relaxed laws was due to take place
    Mile-high Denver prepares to get higher: Colorado braced to become first state in America to legalise recreational marijuana at midnight
    Denver pot dispensary hopes to be 'the Apple store of weed' when Colorado allows recreational marijuana sales on Jan 1


    Smoking marijuana in public remains illegal but, according to organizers David Maddenka, Executive Editor of The Hemp Connoisseur magazine and Brett Mouser, Founder and CEO of Mahatma Extreme Concentrates, this was a private party.
    Back in 1933 the once forbidden liquor was consumed hungrily and excessively in newly legitimate Speak Easys.


    Customers stand in line shortly after the opening of 3D Cannabis Center, which opened as a legal recreational retail outlet in Denver at 8am on Wednesday

    It may be harder to raise a toast with a spliff, bong or vaporizer but all were in evidence and the party balloons, and some of the guests, floated in air thick with the scent of weed.
    'Cigarette girls' handed out free vaporizers - the electric cigarette of the cannabis world.
    Police in the eight Colorado towns allowing recreational pot sales were stepping up patrols to dispensaries in case of unruly crowds
    Denver International Airport placed signs on doors warning fliers they can't take the drug home in their suitcases.

    Cheri Hackett, center, co-owner of the Botana Care marijuana store celebrates just before opening her doors to customers for the first time in Northglenn, Colorado January 1, 2014

    Around 200 customers wait outside 3D Cannabis Center on January 1 to purchase newly legalized recreational marijuana in Denver, Colo., where promptly at 8:00 a.m.



    People wait in line to be among the first to legally buy recreational marijuana at the Botana Care store in Northglenn



    Sean Azzariti, a former Marine who served in the Iraq war and has post-traumatic stress disorder, smiles as he makes a cash transaction, the first to buy retail marijuana at 3D Cannabis Center, which opened as a legal recreational retail outlet in Denver, on Wednesday, January 1, 2014

    Darren Austin and son Tyler of Decatur, Georgia wait outside the Denver Discreet Dispensary to purchase marijuana in Denver, Colorado



    Recreational marijuana sales begin in Colorado


    As Mr Maddenka urged his guests to celebrate the end of prohibition, 80 years after the end of prohibition, across town delivery trucks filled with marijuana laced edibles, drinks and concentrate, unloaded their goods at the 3D Cannabis Center where the first official sale took place this morning.
    Speaking to MailOnline 3D Cannabis Centre owner, Toni Fox explained: ‘It’s a rush to make sure that the product is there on the shelves to sell when we open our doors at 8am.

    ‘Some of the licenses were so late to come through that people are literally in the kitchen baking up batches of truffles and cookies to ship to arrive with us before dawn.’

    Mrs Fox and her staff had spent New Year’s Eve tagging each of the 1200 or so plants grown at her facility with the Radio Frequency ID (RFID) tags now mandatory under state law.





    ‘This is brand new territory to us,’ she admitted. ‘But when my husband and I started this dispensary three and a half years ago this day was always the goal.’

    High times: Bill Chengelis, (left), and Chloe Villano enjoy a smoke just before midnight. 'Prohibition of the 21st Century,' as many are calling it, is happening in Colorado as the state allows the recreational sale of marijuana on January 1, 2014









    Partygoers take turns smoking concentrated marijuana from a pipe during a Prohibition-era themed New Year's Eve party



    Police in the eight Colorado towns allowing recreational pot sales were stepping up patrols to dispensaries in case of unruly crowds


    Partygoers celebrate the start of a new year during a Prohibition-era themed New Year's Eve party celebrating the start of retail pot sales, at a bar in Denver

    The State Marijuana Enforcement Division mailed out licenses to 136 marijuana stores on Monday – 102 of them in Denver.

    As well as the stores, 31 producers of marijuana infused products and 178 marijuana cultivation facilities have been licensed by the state.

    All of the newly licensed dispensaries are already providers of medicinal marijuana and no businesses catering only for recreational users can start for the first year of this new system.

    Colorado has more than 500 medical marijuana dispensaries but only 160 applied to sell recreational pot.
    According to Mike Elliott, 32, Executive Director of the Medical Marijuana Industry Group, the city and state licensing process ‘is difficult and cumbersome.’
    The first official customer to buy marijuana from a Denver dispensary on January 1 was Iraq and Afghanistan veteran Sean Azzariti, 32.

    The former Marine suffers from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, a condition not protected under Colorado’s existing laws covering the use of marijuana for medicinal purposes.

    Mr Azzariti was also the face of the Yes on 64 Campaign.
    Marcus Tvert, Co-Director of Yes on 64 and the Marijuana Policy Project, said there was nothing cynical in the decision to have Mr Azzariti as the face of the campaign or the first person through the doors of the dispensary.
    In downtown Denver close to 600 supporters of Amendment 64 celebrated with an 'End of Prohibition Party'





    Decadent: Errin Reaume, (center), says she'll be enjoying recreational smoke in her home to celebrate the legal selling of the drug in Colorado
    Brady Candler, 25, lights up. Smoking marijuana in public remains illegal


    Thousands celebrated as midnight passed and Colorado's Prohibition on Marijuana officially came to an end




    A bartender serves drinks during a Prohibition-era themed New Year's Eve party



    It was not, he said, any attempt to ennoble the drug at a moment when Colorado is under such scrutiny. Nor, he said, was it a conscious effort to in some way deflect critics' concerns that many of the new customers will be kids simply wanting to get baked.

    He said: ‘It really was just a matter of highlighting him and pointing up the fact that there are going to be lots of people who benefit from this, not just people wanting to relax and get high but people who want to use it for therapeutic reasons that weren’t covered and protected under medicinal marijuana legislation.’
    Customers of all ages and tastes were represented in the lines in front of Denver's dispensaries.
    Twenty four year old Aaron Flores from Texas traveled to Denver with family but admitted he had extended his stay to make the most of Colorado's new marijuana laws.
    He said: 'It's awesome. You don't see anything like this in Texas. In Texas it’s not even decriminalized.
    'You can lose financial aid and your chance for a place in college if you get caught just in possession in Texas.
    'I can’t see anything changing in Texas for, like, ten years.'
    Mr Flores said he planned to buy edibles and spend the rest of the day on the couch, 'just chilling.'
    Jen Rog, 34, also stood in line though she said, she didn't care if there wasn't 'a scrap of cannabis left' by the time she and her husband Ray and one-year-old son Everett made it through the doors at 3D Cannabis Centre.
    At the opposite end of the using spectrum from Mr Flores, Mrs Rog moved from New York to Denver this summer – a move motivated entirely by the imminent enforcement of Amendment 64.
    A marijuana activist for the past decade she said: 'It's hard to get progress in New York. When I had a kid it changed the way I saw things.
    Face of change: For Sean Azzariti, 32, a former Marine and veteran of two tours of Iraq, today is the culmination of a fight which has been both deeply personal and highly public



    Final preparations: Employees of 3D Cannabis Center package retail marijuana ahead of 'Green Wednesday'

    'I just didn't want him growing up in an environment where it wasn't tolerated.
    'I have a red card, I'm registered for medicinal marijuana so this doesn't change my situation but I was so emotional on the drive here and just waiting here in line I feel emotional.'
    She explained: 'Prohibition has hurt society so much, it's caused violence and ripped family's apart and criminalized people.
    'This is such an incredible day. I hope it's just the beginning.'

    As far as Mr Tvert is concerned: ‘Making marijuana legal for adults is not an experiment.
    ‘Marijuana prohibition is the true experiment and the results have been abysmal.’

    He added: ‘Colorado is going to prove that regulating marijuana works, and it won’t be long before more states follow our lead.’
    Speaking shortly before the first legal sale Mr Tvert predicted that a series of states would follow Colorado's lead.
    He said: ' We expect the first to be Alaska - local activists have gathered more signatures than they need for the ballot and we expect come August it will be the third state to legalize marijuana.'
    Mr Tvert went onto reveal that initiatives in Oregon may come to fruition if not next year than in 2016.
    He added that Colorado is supporting ballots in six further states: Arizona, California, Maine, Massachusetts, Montana and Nevada.
    More than half of all American states have marijuana legislature in process. The most likely to pass that legislature next are, according to Mr Tvert, Delaware, Hawaii, Maine, Rhode Island and Vermont.
    According to Mr Tvert: 'Today there will be people around the country buying marijuana but only in Colorado will they be buying it places like this, legally, safely and not from the black market.'

    But amid the celebration, the partying and the optimistic talk of change rolling out nation - even world - wide, City of Denver Council President Mary Beth Susman sounded a note of caution.


    Get high responsibly: The authorities in Denver are keen to spell out the exact laws after the historic change

    Ms Susman voted against Amendment 64 though she favours decriminalization of marijuana.
    She said: ‘I hope that with this the drug will become something not too exotic and special in time.
    There’s lots of reasons to come to Colorado, not just pot.

    ‘And if the bad seems to outweigh the good then we have the authority to stop the sale.’

    Thirty-three cities and areas in Colorado have opted out of Amendment 64 and voted to ban the sale of recreational pot in their communities.

    Ms Susman said: ‘We have the same right to make tougher laws or to stop sale if we feel we need to.'

    But however measured Ms Susman may be as Amendnent 64 makes history of cannabis prohibition in Colorado, this morning her words were destined to be lost in a fug of revelry.

    For marijuana's many advocates here, January 1st has been a long time coming and now that it has finally arrived it's a high point they are determined to enjoy.

    Colorado becomes first state to license stores to sell marijuana | Mail Online





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    mmmmm Bacon wrapped hot dogs.

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    The state of Washington is nearly there....similar law [more restricted]

    Expect many states to follow.
    Colorado has a tradition of being moderately conservative. Ironic.

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    Did the U.S have some influence on Thailand to make canabis illegal in the 70's?

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    Interesting article here: http://www.thailawforum.com/history-...-thailand.html

    It's a bit long for a copy and paste.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bangyai
    Police in the eight Colorado towns allowing recreational pot sales were stepping up patrols to dispensaries in case of unruly crowds
    I doubt the crowds could be bothered to be unruly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Fresh Prince
    Did the U.S have some influence on Thailand to make canabis illegal in the 70's?
    I think the US has been fucking places up for longer than that.

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    Interesting, I wonder if they'll become jaded by marijuana tourists as has Amsterdam.?

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    I think they'll just be happy they've got tourists.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingwilly
    Interesting, I wonder if they'll become jaded by marijuana tourists as has Amsterdam.?
    Just worry a little now it's ski season...Wear your helmets, boys and girls...

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    Colorado becomes first state to legalise marijuana for recreational use
    Washington state passed the law that went into effect on December 1.

    WA needs credit, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barbaro View Post
    Colorado becomes first state to legalise marijuana for recreational use
    Washington state passed the law that went into effect on December 1.

    WA needs credit, too.
    Western Australia?

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    This'll be a big seller I'm sure.

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    Insane but typical US, they have exported the civil disobedience on drug use, US sport-stars, movie stars, pop/rock-stars politicians and other rich and famous, have been the advanced Junkie role models for people in first US and then the rest of the world, if the global fight against drug-abuse eventually fail US will be the main culprit we all can thank for that disastrous fvuck up.

    Rather than punishment rejection and isolation, they have been - allowed/encuraged in the name of network profit, - to flaunt their High So junkie lives on tv and media, and like in a playstation game they come out the other end OK, - because they can afford the Betty Ford clinic.

    And not to mention the - nauseating, vile, repugnant, crybaby, disingenuous tv appearances after the fact, - with the - please forgive me cause I have sinned, followed by the - don't do what I did puke, because that last part of Junkie life is not working one little bit with the fans, so either no one gives a shit, or Americans are the most stupid fvuckers in the world

    But their fake reality is not real life for all the sheeple fan followers, as is clearly evident with US humongous social misery and even more heavy drug-abuse to follow. And because they have failed to address the social issues and strict alcohol laws, leading to the high US level of drug-abuse - they now turn their economic, social, and educational failure, into another money making machine devoid of any moral standards, in the great never never land of "me me me never mind the human costs" free wall street world economy wrecking thieving enterprise.

    So together with a pot smoking President!, who have bragged about his life driving his old vw van around high as a kite, and having been lucky enough not to have killed a neighbourhood child while doing it, and feeling sorry for all the black brothers suffering the "racist injustice" of being banged up for what he himself used to do, America was set up for more disaster on this one too.

    With the great hoax of "smoking medical pot " having been scammed through, and about as eloquently as selling the Eiffel Tower to willing idiots, we knew what way the wind was blowing.

    Maybe the Politicians in Colorado should try to factor in the costs of drugged up citizens everywhere, Policing and legislation, DUI traffic-accidents, long term education impaired youths, brain damage, rise in cancer and lung disease etc. etc.

    I would like to see Colorado statistics for DUI alcohol arrests compared to Drug DUI arrests, I would like to see what instant test tools the Patrol-men have, and their standing orders concerning catching drugged up drivers (random compulsory DUI tests?), and what about safety work place regulations, are they going to randomly drug test all operators of machinery and hospital/school/government staff etc. etc.

    We have a small problem here, since there is no scientific and Government approved legal min/max level of drug intoxication, will we then see pot smokers loose their licence and work because they had a joint a week ago ??, so far they must if there is going to be any security and sense in any of this, but legalising before such things is formalised is pure insanity, and it is not going to help US citizens supporting law and order.

    So are they going to ostrich on this one, and pretend the problem isn't there, so they can claim this insane experiment a success, that will be my guess.

    Because if drugs really are to be allowed you must have all those mechanisms in place to ensure the safety of the non Junkie citizens.

    The very same people who advocate the PC world with restrictions on free speech - unless it is their own, and want stricter gun laws, are often the ones advocating free drugs denying the facts that drugs kill a lot more people than guns, or refuting it with silly "drug-indused?" decriminalisation arguments of non profit brotherliness and love in the thick swirling pot smog.

    Do any of you really think the pushers and dealers previously profiting from pot is going to close shop, if you do you are insanely naive.

    I have known and know many normal level users of alcohol and hard core alcoholics who have never smoked a single joint!!, but I have never met a hard core druggie who did not start with pot or use it regularly!!, and I have met thousands of those.

    The world is not getting a better place by Uruguay and big US states allowing more dangerous mind-numbing and life reality escape stimulants to flow, on the contrary it is signs of sliding morals and beginning failed States.

    Rant over, it's a lost cause

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    Quote Originally Posted by larvidchr View Post
    Insane but typical US, they have exported the civil disobedience on drug use, US sport-stars, movie stars, pop/rock-stars politicians and other rich and famous, have been the advanced Junkie role models for people in first US and then the rest of the world, if the global fight against drug-abuse eventually fail US will be the main culprit we all can thank for that disastrous fvuck up.
    I agree with the first part of your post, larvid, but not the second.

    People will smoke. Decriminalize it. The govt wants to earn revenue from it (and regulate it which is corrupt but no surprise).

    Most of the drug trade and its ill effects - narco traffic from Mexico - is Marijuana.

    Fight against drug abuse? That should be in education, not putting people in prison like in the US and Thailand to serve long sentences.

    Drug abuse is not about the law IMO, it's about education.
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    it's time to legalize that drug, harmless, and less dangerous than cigarettes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butterfly View Post
    it's time to legalize that drug, harmless, and less dangerous than cigarettes
    Complete rubbish from you as usual, one joint a day and you go through your whole life constantly intoxicated, learning impaired and dumbed up.

    And if you do smoke joints, then stop complaining about smokers and their second hand smoke, because you are getting far more shit down from your own Joints.

    No doubt about the health risks of cigarettes, but I will rather have more tar in my lungs and a slightly shorter life, than living my whole life in a drug daze.

    Knowing the US sue this and sue that mentality, I will be looking forward to cases where people have been moving their lawn while the neighbour had a pot party in the adjacent yard, and subsequently lose their job failing a drug test from second hand pot smog .

    There is just way to much that have yet to be sorted if this is going to work, society have had decades to adapt to alcohol and it's damages, and regulate behaviour in work and free time environment, this shit will give a lot of problems in the time ahead, courtrooms will be busy, just with a new type of pot cases.
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    Taxes.

    It's all about a source of revenue for any of these States who legalize pot.

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    Yes, lots and lots of money. I have to check college rankings for the University of Washington, and Colorado with my kids starting university there in a year and a half.

    I worry much more about them being exposed to alcohol, rather than weed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by larvidchr
    one joint a day and you go through your whole life constantly intoxicated, learning impaired and dumbed up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    Yes, lots and lots of money. I have to check college rankings for the University of Washington, and Colorado with my kids starting university there in a year and a half.

    I worry much more about them being exposed to alcohol, rather than weed.
    Well if you send them to Washington or Colorado they will get both then, remember it is not a choice between one or the other, they haven't banned drunkard and made hippie fashionable.

    I any case there is no need to worry Mate, the Twins is much to smart to overindulge in either

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    The War on Drugs is long Lost .

    Legalise and Tax .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mid View Post
    The War on Drugs is long Lost .

    Legalise and Tax .
    Same with the war on violent crime and murder, it has been going on for century's and is still going strong, so lets legalise and have a tax on offing tossers we don't like

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingwilly View Post
    Interesting, I wonder if they'll become jaded by marijuana tourists as has Amsterdam.?
    What one really has to wonder about would be the quality and potency of the herb sold under government regulations.

    Oregon is another state, that has a more liberal political attitude, that passed a "Medical Marijuana" legislation some couple years ago somewhat under the guise to eventually usurp general legalization. Today in the larger cities in Oregon, one can find so-called "free smoking" sanctuaries where those whom have medical authorization [easy to obtain a doctor's sign-off] can toke up at their whim within the confines of these "clubs"....

    Expect, both, Washington and Oregon to go fully legal before long.
    California is quite near the state of moderation themselves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingwilly View Post
    Interesting, I wonder if they'll become jaded by marijuana tourists as has Amsterdam.?
    It's a whole different vibe with the stoners in the States...

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