On October 17th, Canada legalized the recreational use of marijuana nationwide. Cheddar's JD Durkin dives into what this could mean for the United States. The U.S.-Canada border is over 1,500 miles wide, and legislators at the federal level are concerned Canada's legalization could increase international drug trafficking. Nevertheless, four states have marijuana legislation on the ballot in the November Midterms - including Michigan and North Dakota. These two states, which share a border with Canada, could join the nine other U.S. states that have legalized recreational marijuana use.