Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper seems to be softening his anti-pot stance.
The Democratic governor recently told Fox Business Network that the issue is “not as vexing” as he feared it would be, and partly ties Colorado’s strong fiscal health to the popularity and economic opportunities connected with the legal pot industry.
“It’s all those young people coming and they look at marijuana and say, ‘hey, we can drink whiskey, why can’t we have a legalized system with marijuana?’” he said on FBN.
He added, “If you look back, it has turned out to be not as vexing as some of the people like myself” initially anticipated it would be. [Read more at FoxNews.com]
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