On unintended consequences and the odd relationship between a traumatic pneumothorax and making marijuana legal

Hercules and the umpire.

In Ports and pot, I asked Doug Berman rhetorically: Could it be that the new legal regime in the Rocky Mountains is a “win-win” for both the cartels and the State of Colorado? Doug responded. As usual his views were vigorously argued.

Needing a CT guided needle biopsy of my left lung, I stalled for time to address Doug’s trenchant remarks. At about the same time, Scott Greenfield, at Simple Justice, asked if everyone could play. I said sure. Now, Scott has posted an extremely well-reasoned response to my question. SeeIs The Rocky Mountain High A Win-Win?

It is the weekend. No medical stuff is scheduled. I no longer have an excuse for failing to defend my views about the idiocy of Colorado’s pot policy and my concern that such a policy may be a “win-win” for the cartels and Colorado (at least so far as sin…

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2 thoughts on “On unintended consequences and the odd relationship between a traumatic pneumothorax and making marijuana legal

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