10 Years Later: Has Cannabis Legalisation Worked? Crime, Health & Tax After Weed – TLDR News

10 Years Later: Has Cannabis Legalisation Worked? Crime, Health & Tax After Weed – TLDR News
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It’s been about 10 years since cannabis was legalized in Washington and Colorado, so we want to review how it’s been going… This video examines the impact of legalizing cannabis on crime, taxes, and health in those states.

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