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District of Columbia / Congress / Adam Eidinger / Andy Harris #1148179

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Feb 26, 2015
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Washington D.C. is fuming over marijuana a law allowing recreational use went into effect today but some members of Congress are threatening to have the mayor arrested. Here's Julianna Goldman. Adam Eidinger didn't waste any time as soon as it became legal. The man who led the effort invited the press over to watch as he smoked a joint in his D.C. home. It feels great. It feels like freedom. In November District voters overwhelmingly approved initiative 71 which allows adults to grow up to six p...
Reporter(s):
Julianna Goldman
Duration:
00:02:04

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