An employee watered young marijuana plants at a medical marijuana dispensary in Sacramento, Calif. On Tuesday, Californians voted to approve recreational marijuana. Legalization backers plan to pressure President-elect Donald Trump to make sure the federal government doesn’t interfere with states that set up systems to tax and regulate the drug.
An employee watered young marijuana plants at a medical marijuana dispensary in Sacramento, Calif. On Tuesday, Californians voted to approve recreational marijuana. Legalization backers plan to pressure President-elect Donald Trump to make sure the federal government doesn’t interfere with states that set up systems to tax and regulate the drug. Rich Pedroncelli AP
An employee watered young marijuana plants at a medical marijuana dispensary in Sacramento, Calif. On Tuesday, Californians voted to approve recreational marijuana. Legalization backers plan to pressure President-elect Donald Trump to make sure the federal government doesn’t interfere with states that set up systems to tax and regulate the drug. Rich Pedroncelli AP

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