SIX months ago, Colorado passed a law legalizing marijuana, both the smoked version and the orally consumed version. It has created a bevy of problems.
First of all, while possession is legal, the consumption or smoking of pot is banned in most places.
Residents can light up at home, but visitors — some who come here just because of the pot — can't smoke in rental cars or hotels without the risk of significant fines for air
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