A man smokes a marijuana cigarette. Across the country, pot legalization advocates worry that a victory by Donald Trump on Nov. 8 might mean trouble for legalized recreational pot in Washington state and Colorado, and other states such as California and Nevada that want to follow their lead.
A man smokes a marijuana cigarette. Across the country, pot legalization advocates worry that a victory by Donald Trump on Nov. 8 might mean trouble for legalized recreational pot in Washington state and Colorado, and other states such as California and Nevada that want to follow their lead. Fotolia TNS
A man smokes a marijuana cigarette. Across the country, pot legalization advocates worry that a victory by Donald Trump on Nov. 8 might mean trouble for legalized recreational pot in Washington state and Colorado, and other states such as California and Nevada that want to follow their lead. Fotolia TNS

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June 20, 2016 2:11 PM

Why the next president could be a buzzkill for pot advocates

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