It's been a little more than four months since recreational pot became legal in Colorado to those 21 and older.
Initially, many critics expressed fear that legalizing the drug would lead to a spike in crime. But according to new data from the Denver Police Department, violent crime actually fell by nearly 7 percent in the first quarter of 2014. Property crime dropped by more than 11 percent.
Even so, some incidents with possible connections to edible marijuana have raised concern among Colorado residents and lawmakers. For more on this we're joined by Colorado based reporter Nova Safo.
So what effect might these incidents have on Colorado's experiment with legalized recreational marijuana?
For an answer to that, we spoke earlier with Mark Kleiman, Professor of Public Policy at UCLA School of Public Affairs, and the author of the book "Marijuana Legalization: What Everyone Needs To Know."