Apparently Geography is Not a Prerequisite to Work for USA Today
In a recent USA Today article, they tried to shed light on the amount of marijuana getting smuggled out of Colorado to other states. However, their message was overshadowed by their inability to locate Colorado on a map of the United States. In the article, USA Today published an infographic stating that authorities have intercepted thousands of shipments of marijuana leaving Colorado to be sold on the black market in other states. But after a closer look at their map, USA Today is depicting marijuana traffic originating from Wyoming, our friendly neighbor to the north.
Maybe USA Today knows something we don't about Wyoming, or maybe they are just the perfect news source to discuss the effects of marijuana since they are obviously partaking. Obviously, USA Today has since corrected the error.
(Source: Huffington Post)