Legal Lite: Folks in Colorado Are Buying Tons of Pot, Literally

As Colorado has been selling legal pot to the general public for more than six months now, a new government study has found that residents and visitors alike are smoking tons of pot. Not figurative tons. Actual metric tons. According to The Associated Press, the Centennial State’s market demand for legal weed is about 130 metric tons a year. And most of that demand is coming from residents, not tourists. So how does Colorado’s craving for cannabis add up? Legally Weird

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