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DC marijuana (DCMJ), a pro-marijuana legalization group, plans to "gift" 4,000 joints on inauguration day on the streets of Washington, D.C., encouraging the public to light them up at the 4:20 mark of the new Trump administration. Marijuana activists fear the progress made on legalization and reform may be lost under a new Republican-led government. Ali Rizvi McClatchy

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January 18, 2017 06:00 AM

UPDATED January 18, 2017 02:03 PM

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