New laws in California
I was just reading this article about how legalization will change California laws and it left me with more questions than answers, honestly. They mentioned it would be interesting to see how this affects the MMJ dispensaries but don't really discuss it any further. How do you think this will affect them? Do you think this will make them obsolete once more businesses get approved? I also found the section about driving interesting. I'm curious about what sort of things these DREs are trained to recognize. That sounds problematic to me since it seems like there could be a lot of room for argument.
I've been following California run up to the recreational market for about a year to the present. I've read prop 64 I listen to both sides of the argument pro and con I've read hundreds of articles. This does effect me in the least because I live on Oregon but I do plan to visit California in the spring to get a birds eye view. The MMJ market won't change to much they will have to pay their fair share of taxes unfortunately. California will tax the hell out of the market on both sides until the new car smell wears off market down there. As for the drugged driving issue police want people to think they can track a stoned driver. Unless that driver makes it obvious I don't see how police can track it. A lot of smokers have become pros at driving under the influence.. Now I'm not advocating driving under the influence. But you'd never know if some of these guys are driving high because they've become accustomed to doing so. It's a matter of taking chances, police are still miles away from locking down definite methods of catching high drivers.
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