In November, two states, Colorado and Washington, legalized recreational pot use. What impact have the new laws had upon those states? To get answers, reporter Kanye Blankenbaker spoke with Dune Halverson from the Colorado State Attorney General's office.
Blankenbaker: Dune, how has the passage of the law affected the state, if at all?
Halverson: Man, where's my shoe? I lost my shoe, dude!
Blankenbaker: It's right there on your foot, uh, dude.
Halverson: Oh, man...right. Ha ha ha. What was the question again?
Blankenbaker: Your state's law conflicts with federal law. How will that be resolved?
Halverson: Oh, man, I am so baked right now. Do you have any Tostitos?
Blankenbaker: No, sorry. Are you involved in discussions with the feds?
Halverson: Man, when I first...wait...listen...did you hear that, dude?
Blankenbaker: No, I didn't hear anything.
Halverson: Do you think I sound dumb? Ha ha ha. Dude, your forehead is so totally shiny...oh my God!
Blankenbaker: Thank you.
Halverson: Wait, watch this. I just learned to do a cartwheel, man. Wanna see? It's so (expletive) cool!
Blankenbaker: Well, I suppose.
Halverson: (dozes off)