America has seen the future, and it is high.
Fifty-eight percent of U.S. adults say recreational marijuana will be legal nationwide in the next 20 years, according to a new Bloomberg Politics poll. That includes 13 percent who say it will take 20 years, 26 percent who say it will take 10 years, 17 percent who say it's just five years away, and two percent who say it will happen in the next year.
“Our civilization can’t look away from the fact that [marijuana] is not bad and the only reason we don’t have it is because of the archaic mentality,” said Dakota Daniels, a 21-year-old waiter from Pueblo, Colorado, who participated in the poll. He said he thinks people will embrace regulation—as opposed to bans—as Colorado did in 2012, because it allows states to set safety standards and reap tax revenue.
This was just a matter of time...I say less than 10 years. What do you think?