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In this final episode of Project 64, KDNK's Ed Williams interviews a black market pot dealer on the history of the marijuana market in Colorado, and the potential impact of legalization on illegal weed.
Ana Carrillo moved to Colorado from western Mexico, and in this episode of Project 64, she talks about marijuana's influence on life there and her take on legalization's impact on the drug wars.
In this episode, KDNK Music and Program Director Luke Nestler talks about the history of marijuana culture in Aspen.
Principal Drew Adams of Roaring Fork High School talks about the impact of legalization on educators, students and parents.
Lauren Maytin is a criminal defense attorney who represents clients charged with marijuana offenses. In this episode she talks about the philosophical and financial implications of legalization on her practice and on her clients.
Mark Dahlstrom is a doctor in the Roaring Fork Valley. He voted for Amendment 64 and conducts medical marijuana exams. Here he talks about how the amendment legalizing recreational marijuana will affect his business.
Chris Lanter, a gourmet chef in Aspen, talks about the potential impact of marijuana legalization on Colorado's culinary scene.
James Leonard, owner of the Doctor's Garden medical dispensary in Carbondale, talks about the impacts legalization could have on medical marijuana businesses in the state.
Amy Roggie, a sergeant in the Glenwood Springs Police Department, talks about the challenges legalization poses to law enforcement.
This episode of Project 64 features Michael Zimmerman, the student resource officer for Carbondale's schools. He recently moved to the Western Slope from Indiana, where medical and recreational marijuana are still illegal.