RachelRamone Donlan, left, and Collette Cobb are arrested after handing out joints during the 1st Annual Congressional #JointSession pot giveaway to credentialed Capitol Hill staff and the media on Constitution Avenue and First Street Northeast, on Thursday, April 20, 2017. The event was held by the group DCMJ to call on Congress to reauthorize an amendment that prevents federal legal intervention in the District's marijuana laws.
RachelRamone Donlan, left, and Collette Cobb are arrested after handing out joints during the 1st Annual Congressional #JointSession pot giveaway to credentialed Capitol Hill staff and the media on Constitution Avenue and First Street Northeast, on Thursday, April 20, 2017. The event was held by the group DCMJ to call on Congress to reauthorize an amendment that prevents federal legal intervention in the District's marijuana laws. Tom Williams CQ Roll Call via AP Images
RachelRamone Donlan, left, and Collette Cobb are arrested after handing out joints during the 1st Annual Congressional #JointSession pot giveaway to credentialed Capitol Hill staff and the media on Constitution Avenue and First Street Northeast, on Thursday, April 20, 2017. The event was held by the group DCMJ to call on Congress to reauthorize an amendment that prevents federal legal intervention in the District's marijuana laws. Tom Williams CQ Roll Call via AP Images

They tried to give away joints on Capitol Hill. Police were waiting.

April 20, 2017 6:14 PM

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