(WICHITA, Kan.) — In Colorado, marijuana supporters are celebrating after voters approved a constitutional amendment legalizing recreational marijuana use.
"I would rather see them legalize marijuana than alcohol," Colorado resident Gary Dockins says.
Dockins and his sister, Susy Perez, were passing through Kansas the day after the election.
"I didn't vote," Perez says. "Most of my friends did, and they did vote yes."
But Wallace County Sheriff Larry Townsend is among those wondering if what happens in Colorado will stay in Colorado. His county borders Colorado.
"People going to Colorado and using what is an illegal drug in our state--we are going to be dealing with them coming back," Townsend says.