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Ongoing coverage of states' legalization of marijuana, marijuana effects and medical marijuana usage in the US.
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ANDRES STAPFF / Reuters file
House Passes 'No Welfare for Weed' Bill
The bill would make it harder for people to use welfare payments to buy pot in states where the drug is legal. It has little chance of becoming law.
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Elaine Thompson / AP file
New High: Colorado Recreational Pot Sales Hit Milestone
The State Department of Revenue said sales of recreational pot were $29.7 million in July, compared to $28.9 million for medical marijuana.
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Elaine Thompson / AP file
Want Pot Delivered to Your Door? Just Press This Button
Companies including Eaze and Canary aim to make marijuana delivery as easy as the tap of a few smartphone buttons.
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Marijuana Tourism: Is Legal Weed Driving Travelers?
In Colorado and Washington, officials call pot tourism a myth. Travel websites offer another view. Which state is luring more weed-minded vacationers?
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Jonathan Hayward / AP file
'Prince of Pot' Demands Apology in Blistering Attack
After four years in a U.S. prison, Marc Emery is getting back to work immediately advocating around the world for legal marijuana.
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Five Years to Life in Prison for Selling Pot Brownies?
Jacob Lavoro, 19, is accused of selling brownies for $25 and is facing felony charges that carry penalties ranging from five years to life in prison.
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HANDOUT / Leafly via Reuters
New York Times to Run Ad From Marijuana Company
The advertisement for Leafly will appear in the national newspaper one week after The Times' editorial board called for the legalization of marijuana.
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Ed Andrieski / AP file
States Around Colorado Report Spike in Pot Seizures
After marijuana became legal in Colorado this year, neighbors such as Nebraska, Wyoming and Kansas have all reported an uptick in seizures.
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Brennan Linsley / AP file
Pot Brownies Are About to Get Weaker in Colorado
Edible marijuana producers say they'll comply with the rules by making milder products.
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DAVID MCNEW / Reuters
High Road: Congress Debates Dangers of Driving Stoned
As states continue to relax marijuana laws, Congress on Thursday turned its attention to the tricky question of how to handle “drug driving.”
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Draw of Legal Weed in Colo. Behind Uptick in Homeless Teens?
Colorado shelters are reporting a spike in homeless young people, and officials attribute the rise to the state’s new marijuana law.
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New York Times Calls for Legalizing Marijuana
The paper's editorial compared the federal ban on marijuana to the failed prohibition of alcohol, and said states should be free to decide the issue.
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BLAIR GABLE / Reuters file
House Votes to Allow Marijuana-Related Banking
In a 236-186 vote, the House voted in support of making it easier for banks to do business with legal pot shops and providers of medical marijuana.
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Pink Slip Puff: Why Smoking Legal Pot Can Get You Fired
Workers still can be booted – or never hired – for puffing cannabis in Colorado and Washington if anti-pot rules exist in employers’ HR handbooks.
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Seattle City Attorney's Office
Seattle City Attorney Apologizes for Taking Pot to Work
While Washington's state marijuana law has changed, Seattle's drug-free workplace policy hasn't, City Attorney Pete Holmes acknowledges.
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Ted S. Warren / AP file
Seattle's Only Legal Marijuana Shop Sells Out of Pot
The first three days of legal marijuana sales generated a tax windfall for Washington, where the only shop in Seattle was completely sold out.
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David McNew / Getty Images file
Highs and Lows: Should America Legalize Marijuana?
Kevin A. Sabet, from Smart Approaches to Marijuana, and Allen St. Pierre, from NORML, debate the health effects of widespread marijuana use.
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Dan Pelle / The Spokesman-Review via AP
Hemp-ployed! Man's 'Firing' for Legal Pot a Big Mix-Up
A Spokane, Washington, man who said he lost his job after he was seen buying legal pot was reinstated, and the company said it was a misunderstanding.
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Pot Enthusiasts: Proud To Be Part of History
Pot enthusiasts outside Spokane Washington's first legal marijuana store say the high from being the first people to buy legally is just as good as the one from the drug itself. KHQ's Dylan Wohlenhaus reports.
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Dealer: Legal Marijuana Won't Hurt Black Market
A longtime Seattle marijuana dealer says legalization doesn't threaten his market. KING's Eric Wilkinson reports.
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Pot Sales Begin in Washington State
Opponents worry it’s sending the wrong message to kids, but pot enthusiasts point to the first state to sell recreational pot, Colorado, as a success story.
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BLAIR GABLE / Reuters file
'Less Shady': Pot Sales Begin (Legally) in Washington
Pot sales began legally in Washington State on Tuesday, with a select number of stores selling a limited amount of cannabis.
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JASON REDMOND / Reuters
Wake and Bake: Lone Seattle Weed Shop Opens to Throngs
"High Noon" took on new meaning in Seattle on Tuesday.
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Long Lines on First Day of Legal Pot Sales in Washington State
One woman says she headed out Monday afternoon to stake an early spot in line at the grand opening of one recreational marijuana store in Washington State.
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