FROM Marshall Allen
Colorado & Pot 2 years ago, Colorado became one of the first states in the nation to approve recreational pot use. The law went into effect 4 months ago. There are still lots of questions about how this law is playing out, including how its affecting health. Marshall Allen of ProPublica recently went back home to Colorado to take a look at why pot might not be as safe many people say it is.
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