DENVER - The state of Colorado says that since they approved the bill which decriminalized marijuana use, arrests for pot have gone down 4,000 percent.
A spokesperson for the governor's office stated that now that the people of Colorado and its visitors can freely buy and smoke pot everyone seems to be in a much more relaxed state.
One student at the University of Colorado stated that before he was always having to be looking over his shoulder; even while driving.
But now he could not care less and it has helped him to sleep better and not be as angry with his ex-wife and ex-mother-in-law.
One of the happiest citizens of the Rocky Mountain State is Archie "Weedy" Kupkinski.
Kupinski has just become the very first resident of Colorado to receive a license to operate a marijuana dispensing truck.
Weedy was actually chosen from a lottery that included over 16,000 names.
He said that just in the first four hours of operation he had sales totaling $37,831.
SIDENOTE: Reports coming out of Austin, Texas are that music legend Willie Nelson, who is 80, has requested that the state of Colorado allow him to operate five marijuana dispensing trucks.