This is very complicated when we get into the dealers' part of this and feeling supported. In my humble opinion, the laws of our land do support our being able to deal with the dealers, but the unknown factor here is that a lot of our serious dealers will use addicts to be their dealers. There's a really fine line between a true dealer, who is the money person and the person who is truly profiting.... They are the difficult ones to get to because of that middle person. You have the user at the bottom and then you have the middle person, who generally is a user, so we are balancing and having a difficult time trying to figure out, on the policing side, whether we are dealing with the true dealer. I think when we get to the true dealers, in what I see, we are being supported by the legislation.
I turn to Collin here because he's in our court system, on a regular basis all the time, so we would like to actually also hear from him.