To Some degree, it’s a surprise that our neighboring state ushered in legalized medical marijuana and recreational marijuana so long before our state did.
This state has long campaigned to get access to legalized cannabis products and it has taken forever to get on the ballot.
It failed by a razor thin margin yet again this past election cycle; Right next door our sibling state allows both medical marijuana and recreational marijuana use. And it passed on the first try. That’s just stunning to me and something I have to fix in the next election cycle. And since both of us can’t get our cannabis products here, both of us simply need to go next door. That’s a concept that I am still easily fortunate to be able to take full advantage of. Just knowing what I am buying and from what cannabis grower is such an important thing. Also I prefer to assume what sort of THC content I am getting as well. The entire thing is just going to be such a great experience. To talk with knowledgeable people about sativa strains or a current hybrid strain is amazing. I think my wife and I might make a great weekend trip out of it… Maybe get a hotel near the local cannabis spot and eat a great breakfast after shopping for cannabis products. Regardless of how it all turns out, I’m still quite aggravated that I have to go to the neighboring state in order to get recreational marijuana. I’m 100% going to advocate loudly for the right to buy cannabis and cannabis products legally in this state.