The old "this is your brain on drugs" commercial might be accurate when talking about methamphetamine or other synthetic drugs, but to assume a plant that has been legalized for recreational use in nearly half the country impairs a user's ability to the point of being a liability might be a primitive way of thinking.
Idaho is one of the few states on the west coast that does not have some form of marijuana use legalized. Jackpot, Nevada is only about 45 minutes away from Twin Falls and a marijuana dispensary is opening soon there. Again, no form of cannabis is legalized in Idaho.
Idaho is one of the few states on the west coast that have not legalized marijuana in some way, shape or form. Oregon just decriminalized hard drugs, which is crazy to me, and New Jersey just legalized marijuana. Should Idaho follow suit?