As stated by the Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper, you don’t constantly get charge of your legacy. As a guy who once opposed the concept of legalizing marijuana, Governor John Hickenlooper had no idea he’d eventually be a marijuana consult governors of other states would confide in for guidance on how best to deal with marijuana legislation in their particular states.

Per the Los Angeles Times, it was four years ago today that Colorado became the very first state in the country to pass legislation which made recreational marijuana legal. Only hours after this monumental landmark in U.S. marijuana legislation, Governor John Hickenlooper noted a few comical words of warning.

Governor Jerry Brown reached out to Hickenlooper for a consultation on marijuana legalization weeks before California residents were slated to vote on whether or not recreational marijuana would be legalized. Much like the scenario Hickenlooper had been put in, Brown also didn’t support this law.

 

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