In this article, The Denver Post writes about the Amendment 64 in Colorado, and before its impact. With Amendment 64, the legalization of Marijuana in Colorado, adults in Colorado will be able to walk into a store, plunk down cash and leave with a drug that used to land people in prison. The Denver Post questioned if the new industry will damage the state’s reputation, grow the drug culture, spread marijuana into neighboring states, or intoxicate young people and spur more crime? Or will it bring an unrecognizable change, produce needed tax revenue, drive a stake in marijuana’s black market and extinguish unnecessary prosecutions? “It’s like being sucked into a black hole. What is going to be on the other side? No one knows,” said Ry Prichard, part-owner of a hash oil company, TC Labs. Read more about The Denver Posts thoughts on Amendment 64 in this article.