Medical pot: Home, not health, predicts use in Colo.

In this Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2009 photo, a group waved signs in support for Measure 2F, a reform to decriminalize private possession of up to an ounce of marijuana by adults 21 and older in the town of Breckenridge. An analysis of the state's registry shows the highest rates of registered medical marijuana users lie in a swath of high country dominated by ski resorts like Aspen (Pitkin County), Breckenridge (Summit County) and Telluride (San Miguel County.) Photo by MARK FOX, SUMMIT DAILY NEWS
In this Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2009 photo, a group waved signs in support for Measure 2F, a reform to decriminalize private possession of up to an ounce of marijuana by adults 21 and older in the town of Breckenridge. An analysis of the state's registry shows the highest rates of registered medical marijuana users lie in a swath of high country dominated by ski resorts like Aspen (Pitkin County), Breckenridge (Summit County) and Telluride (San Miguel County.) Photo by MARK FOX, SUMMIT DAILY NEWS
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