Colorado voters made recreational marijuana legal in the state, but now Colorado's marijuana laws are being challenged in court.

According to a Reuters report on Yahoo News, the group Safe Streets Alliance, out of Washington, D.C., says officials in Colorado are violating federal law by promoting the commercialization of marijuana. The lawsuit hopes to shut down Colorado's multi-million dollar pot industry.

It seems unlikely at this point that any laws will be reversed. Colorado has plunged headfirst into the abyss of marijuana peddling to the point of embracing the presence of the marijuana industry like a new born baby.

But, when things go to court, one never knows exactly how things will pan out.

I'm still curious how the Colorado voters who brought recreational marijuana to the state feel about it by now. Happy and satisfied? Regretful? Too stoned to care?

How do you feel about recreational marijuana in the state by now? Should it stay, or should it go? Can we ever go back to the way it used to be? Do we want to go back to the way it used to be?

Take our poll below and tell us  what you think.