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30 Arrested at a Marijuana Pop-up Event in DC

In the nation’s capital city, it is legal for a person who is 21 or older to possess up to two ounces of marijuana...
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You Can Receive Marijuana as a ‘Gift’ in DC’s Underground Popup Markets

As any capitalist can tell you, the market finds a way. Washington, D.C., has a marijuana law that allows for private consumption but not...
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Racial Disparity Persists in D.C. Marijuana Arrests

When residents of Washington, D.C., voted to legalize marijuana in 2014, they had more than a few reasons. But one stood out from the...

D.C. Bans Cannabis Clubs

Marijuana tokers in Washington, D.C., got some bad news in April, as District officials moved to permanently ban any use of the drug in...
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Toking in Front of the White House? It’s for a Cause

Willie Nelson says he smoked a joint on the roof of the White House. Snoop Dogg claims he toked in a bathroom not far...
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Marijuana “God” Falls

The self-styled God of Marijuana dropped to Earth in a Washington, D.C.., courtroom in March. Nicholas Cunningham, a 30-year-old cannabis entrepreneur who used luxury cars...
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One Year Out, Legal Marijuana Is Sort of Working in D.C.

It's been more than a year since residents in the District of Columbia voted to legalize marijuana, and their vote appears to be bearing...
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Legalization Takes Effect in D.C.

Weed is now legal in Washington, D.C., no thanks to Congress. Mayor Muriel Bowser vowed in late February that legalization would go ahead in the...
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Overlooked but Important: Why the Votes in D.C. and Guam Matter

The big prizes on Election Day were Oregon and Alaska, the second and third states, respectively, to legalize recreational pot. But there were other...

D.C. Could Remove Criminal Records for Pot

A new policy under consideration by the District of Columbia would wipe clean the criminal records of people convicted of marijuana crimes. The District Council...

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