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January 8, 2014

A mid-week round up of notable marijuana stories

I have not blogged much about marijuana reform in this space despite all the notable experiences now that recreational marijuana sales are legal and operational in Colorado, in part because the traditional media is now (finally) all over the story. But because there are so many notable marijuana reform reports and discussions going on, I cannot resist some links to a quick sampling of just come of the headlines and commentaries that have recently caught my eye from traditional and alternative media:

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| "Mr. Cuomo has decided to bypass the Legislature altogether. In taking the matter into his own hands,"|
[New York governor]

Does this bother anyone?

Posted by: Adamakis | Jan 9, 2014 8:21:18 AM

| "What Will Be The Last State To Legalize Marijuana?"|-- the weed blog

Dunno. I suspect that it's likely to happen when climate change sinks the East Coast,
or when evolutionists produce a viable transitional form, or at the time that
America executes an innocent man.

Posted by: Adamakis | Jan 9, 2014 8:34:08 AM

Q: What Will Be The Last State To Legalize Marijuana?

A: The State with the lowest median IQ.

Posted by: Phil Jensen | Jan 9, 2014 4:03:05 PM

Ironic, Phil Jensen,
being that marijuana lowers IQ and despoils memory formation.

Posted by: Adamakis | Jan 9, 2014 10:53:41 PM

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