Feb 10, 2014 12:41 PM by Eugene Daniels
DENVER (AP) - Colorado voters believe the law that they passed legalizing legalize recreational marijuana is hurting the state's image.
Fifty-one percent of the state's voters in a new Quinnipiac University Poll say legal pot is bad for the state's reputation. Only 38 percent said it is helping. Young voters see the measure as a net positive while older voters view it negatively. A majority of voters still support the measure and how Gov. John Hickenlooper is implementing it.
Only 10 percent of voters say they've gotten high since the law went into effect Jan. 1. But 51 percent say they've tried marijuana previously.
Most Coloradans don't mind a neighbor growing some marijuana. But they strongly oppose changing the law to let individuals grow more than 12 plants at home.