If California where its own country it would be the sixth-largest economy in the world. If Minnesota wants to look west to learn how things should be done, they would be well served. On a recent trip to Sacramento, we saw rampant homelessness, but at least the people stayed warm at night, but we didn’t see a blue fog of marijuana smoke or smell it on every street corner.
As we understand it, you can smoke inside your own property but not out on the street, or if you use a pen or vaporizer you really don’t bother anyone. If Minnesota is poised to legalize, they should consider the same public health issues created by the Minnesota Clean Indoor Air Act, HT Phyllis Kahn. Making personal use applicable to a single person and not adversely impactful on anyone else is a necessary element.