Jun 12, 2015

Puff, Puff, Pass: Marijuana Is Now Legal In Washington D.C., Oregon And Alaska | Vibe

The green got the green light from voters last night (Nov. 4) in Washington D.C., Oregon and Alaska. Taking a page out of Colorado and Washington State, Oregon has legalized the recreational use of marijuana, including personal possession of up to eight ounces for people over 21 years of age. The state will also explore commercial laws to regulate sales, production and distribution, CNN reports...

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