Some folk'll never hate homosexuals and marijuana but then again some folk'll, like the voters of rural Colorado.
According to the AP, five counties on the state's Eastern Plains voted on Election Day to approve the creation of a 51st state -- a symbolic gesture to show how fed up they are with being forced to smoke gay liberal marijuana while their guns get taken away.
Promising young athlete Brian Scott encountered many formidable foes as a champion high school fullback and wrestler, but none quite as daunting as the acute myeloid leukemia he suffers from.
Instead of opting for more chemotherapy treatments, 20-year-old Scott moved to Colorado over the summer where he now receives treatment from a cannabis extract.
"This is not just about kids. Adults need it, too, and not just for nausea and pain," said Brian’s mom, Jane Scott.
This Tuesday, voters in Colorado will consider a 25% pot tax. When Colorado legalized cannabis last fall, many details were left to the state's legislature, including the pot tax proposal. Budget-hungry legislators proposed not only the 15% maximum excise tax the initiative authorized, they tacked on an additional 10% sales tax—a sharp increase over the existing 2.9% Colorado sales tax.