Cops should target 
cannabis criminals

The brave new world of legalized marijuana sold in officially sanctioned stores has arrived in Colorado, with the first legal sales occurring New Year’s Day on the Front Range and in a…




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What concerns me is the effect of pot in the workplace. Residual levels of pot from users the night before can still affect their job performance the next day or for several days depending on the amount used.

I urge employers and insurance companies to have good solid drug testing and no use policies in place to protect the safety of their workers. Residual pot in someone’s system should be treated as use.

Pot may be legal. But companies have the right to enact company policies and employees must adhere to them as a condition of employment.

Great editorial. Elimination of the illegal drug trade surely would reduce many other crimes.

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