Three states in the U.S. have measures that would effectively legalize the recreational use of marijuana coming up on the ballot in November; Oregon, Washington and Colorado.

In Colorado, Amendment 64, if passed, would regulate the sale and use of marijuana in a similar fashion to regulations already in place for alcohol.  Under the amendment, people over 21 years old would be able to buy user amounts of marijuana from licensed vendors.  It would not, however, stop private companies from having policies involving testing for marijuana use or from barring the same.

Given that Colorado shares a border with Wyoming and has a close proximity to the University of Wyoming, we want to know:


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