Marijuana's Potential Economic Impact in Idaho

What does liquor at the Caldwell Night Rodeo, relaxing hard alcohol licenses in an east Idaho resort city, and a drone testing site on Idaho soil have in common? All three have been proposed in the state Capitol as ways to improve the economy in the Gem State. However, one thing the legislature has said is not good for the state, in any form, is marijuana.

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cherokee1111 - 3/7/2013 10:19 AM
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Well that is what happens with simple minds, especially in politics, they can not admit to themselves that it would be good for the economy, especially in a Dominate Mormon State. God forbid they actually look at true facts, instead they still legalize alcohol, which has caused more deaths than Marijuana ever has.

pokysmoky - 3/7/2013 9:42 AM
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What are the current social costs of cannabis use in America? Are they comparable to alcohol and tobacco? Doesn’t a large amount of people in America use cannabis? These overwhelming social costs should be self-evident, right?
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