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Jim Gerhardt

Vice President

Colorado Drug Investigators Association

HQ Phone:  (719) 538-4000

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Colorado Drug Investigators Association

3225 Broadmoor Valley Road

Colorado Springs, Colorado,80906

United States

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Coordinator

Mountain States Precursor Committee


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National Alliance for Drug Endangered Children

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Jim Gerhardt, the Vice President of the Colorado Drug Investigators Association, came to the Statehouse in February to warn lawmakers of the dangers of legalization.
Gerhardt said the advocacy groups had made promises they just couldn't keep. Gerhardt cited a 2015 Rocky Mountain High Intensity Drug Trafficking (HIDTA) Report saying that since voters passed the ballot measure, the state has seen an increase in marijuana-related school suspensions and expulsions, hospitalizations and vehicular fatalities. The HIDTA study shows that in 2014, when retail marijuana businesses began operating, there was a 38 percent increase in the number of marijuana-related hospitalizations and marijuana-related traffic deaths increased 92 percent. Gerhardt said that despite the overwhelmingly positive images sent out by legalization advocacy groups, the commercial marijuana business has had negative impacts on his state. He urged Massachusetts to do more research before following their lead.


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Jim Gerhardt is a spokesperson for the Colorado Drug Investigators Association, and the new tactic of leaving evidence behind has him worried.
"It would be like arresting a cocaine dealer and taking a minuscule amount of the cocaine as a sample and then leaving it there for them to be used or sold", he barfed. He just presumes that all cannabis growers are "dealers" as he ignorantly compares a potted plant to a processed drug.


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Jim Gerhardt of the Colorado Drug Investigators Association.
Marijuana retails for between $300 and $400 per ounce in Colorado. However, out of state it costs a lot more. There is still a massive black market to be supplied. "The saying is that money doesn't grow on trees," Gerhardt said.


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