Legalising recreational marijuana is a long way off, but the battle is far from over.
The legalisation of recreational cannabis will be a major policy shift for the states, and the results could be significant for the nation as a whole.
In Colorado, the issue will be decided by voters on November 6.
It will be the first state to legalise recreational marijuana in the US.
Colorado’s Amendment 64 will go into effect on 1 July, making recreational cannabis legal for all adults.
If passed, recreational cannabis in the state would become the most widely-used drug in the country.
“It will set the stage for future states to follow suit and allow the use of recreational marijuana,” said the Colorado Department of Revenue (CDR) in a press release.
Legalisation of marijuana is set to change the landscape of marijuana in America.
Under the current laws, the government cannot force people to use recreational cannabis to prove their age, or require them to be licensed.
With the recreational marijuana laws passed in Colorado, many people will be able to legally use marijuana legally.
There are currently more than 1.2 million adults aged 18 or older in Colorado.
According to the Department of Health and Environment (DHEE), recreational cannabis is estimated to generate $17.3 billion in tax revenue for the state of Colorado, which will support about 17,500 jobs.
People can use recreational marijuana for medical purposes by using a doctor’s prescription.
The cannabis is also available to adults for recreational purposes.
Currently, the recreational use of cannabis is banned in all 50 states.
But in Colorado in 2018, voters in the city of Aurora passed a referendum that will allow people to grow up to six plants at home.
That decision has now been overturned by the state, and it is expected to be challenged in court.
Although the ruling will take some time to take effect, recreational marijuana use in Colorado is expected come into force on 1 January 2019.