Caitlin Fitch

Did He Inhale?

With the topic of this week’s cover story diving into Proposition 64 and the potential legalization of recreational pot, we had to ask the writer the question. After a moment of thought, Tyler Hayden replied only that the edibles he’d seen looked so delicious, it kind of freaked him out: “You just don’t know the potency, and people get themselves in trouble.” The Indy news editor got no trouble from his sources, however. “Most people were super forthright,” he said of the collective owners and substance-abuse experts he talked with. “They were honest and unafraid” — and well-versed on the upcoming ballot measure, which you will be, too. The reading begins on here.

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