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Washington / Legal Marijuana #1126595

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 08, 2014
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(Studio: Brian Williams) The legalization of marijuana for recreational use in Washington noted.

(Seattle: Joe Fryer) Fears of a shortage of weed featured; details given about restrictions on edibles. [Cannabis City customer Deb GREEN‡- says it’s very liberating.] [Center for the Study of Cannabis and Social Policy Dominic CORVA†- says stores would rather open when they know they can have product on their shelves every day.] [Solstice co-founder Alex COOLEY††- comments on his plans to grow recreational marijuana.] [National Cannabis Industry Assn. Aaron SMITH†- lists the benefits of pot sales in Colorado.] [Greater Spokane Substance Abuse Council Linda THOMPSON†- worries about young people.]

Williams, Brian;
Fryer, Joe

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