ByThe Conversation With Ross Reynolds•Apr 25, 2013
Washington isn’t the only state that legalized marijuana for recreational use last fall. Colorado did it too. Now both states are in the process of trying something that’s never been done: regulating the growing, processing and selling of pot for recreational use.
Ross Reynolds compares the experience in the two states with Colorado Public Radio’s Ben Markus and KUOW’s Amy Radil.
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