An opponent and supporter of the proposed Amendment 64 to the Colorado Constitution faced each other in a debate.
The two covered many different topics, but one of the most heated issues came when they talked about Colorado's tourism industry.
9News Political Reporter Brandon Rittiman asked whether people will come to Colorado specifically to buy marijuana and whether that would hurt tourism.
"I'm sure they will understand they cannot take [marijuana] across state lines, despite the scare tactics being put out there by our opponents. Those are tourism dollars are they not?," Betty Aldworth, from the Campaign to Regulate Marijuana like Alcohol, said.
"I'm not in favor of swelling our state coffers, although I don't think that's going to happen, with money because people are getting high," Happy Haynes, from the No on 64 campaign, said.
You can watch more of the debate in the video above, or on Channel 20 Saturday Oct. 20 at 7:30 p.m.
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