Infographic: Legal weed's consequences

Six months later, how have recreational pot shops affected Colorado?
Al Jazeera (US)
Tuesday, July 1, 2014

When recreational marijuana stores first opened their doors in the US state of Colorado on January 1, opponents predicted dire consequences: an influx of drug traffickers, a spike in fatal car accidents, and more crime. For their part, supporters claimed that legal weed could raise millions of dollars in tax revenue. Six months later, what have the results been? (See also: Six months after legalizing marijuana, two big things have happened in Colorado)