California ready to legalize, too

Kristen Wyatt of the AP has been doing an outstanding job covering Colorado's cannabis task force: it has been holding public hearings on how to monetize the industry after the state legalized.

California is moving in that direction, too. Comes this from Peter Hecht at the SacBee:
In a California Field Poll released today, voters – by a 54 to 43 percent margin – say they want California to legalize marijuana beyond medical use with regulations similar to alcohol. In the state with America's largest medical marijuana industry, the poll found that 67 percent of voters oppose an ongoing crackdown by the state's four U.S. attorneys on businesses selling pot for medicinal use.
New Mexico's legislature is debating it, too.

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