Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper did not vote for legal cannabis and said in the past that if he could wave a magic wand and make it go away, he would have. But his job was to implement the will of the voters, and after doing so, Gov. Hickenlooper has changed his tune.
With $120 million per year in legal pot taxes funding schools, playgrounds, homeless services and even college scholarships, Gov. Hickenlooper told a Los Angeles audience at the Milken Institute Global Conference that: ““It’s beginning to look like it might work,” the Los Angeles Times reports. Read more »