Colorado Sees Boom In “Pot Tourism” After Legalization

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Colorado Sees Boom In “Pot Tourism” After Legalization

Following its legalization of recreational marijuana sales on Jan. 1, Colorado has seen crowds of out-of-state “pot tourists” traveling there to buy the drug from legal dispensaries and to sign up for “pot tours" that bus them from seller to seller. What do you think?

  • "I've heard getting high is wonderful this time of year."

    Lucas Harriman
    Data Encryption Expert
  • "Great, now I have to choose between this and the haunted Denver bus tour."

    Cassandra Wells
    Dog Kennel Manager
  • "What a bunch of law-abiding losers."

    Mark Dansby
    Marble Finisher
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