I gotta say, it does go there often but if you think about it, Colorado changes lots of things. No doubt there will be a ripple effect across the nation. Very few states have a lock on anything anymore, Big Legal Gambling came to NY 20 years ago, Vegas Nevada may have been one of the first but not the last to embrace it and their are very few dry counties in the nation anymore. Who will be the next? If you cant see the huge economic windfall of this you havent been watching where your tax dollars have been going and going, and going.
As this spreads across the nation, the feds will be forced to decide if they can prohibit weapon ownership of legal Pot Heads or usage of military stationed in states with legalized pot. Soldiers are often allowed to partake of things that are legal in other countries like prostitutes and <21 year old drinking, can they say no to pot if its legal? Hard to see where it all ends up but if you see a big swing in positive directions in The Rocky Mountain High State, others will follow quickly or lose market share in one of the very few emerging markets in the Nation.