Colorado and Washington Legalization Explained 

Organizers talk federal reaction, the immediate effects of the new laws, and cannabis tourism.

Last week, voters in Colorado and Washington overturned 75 years of marijuana prohibition in historic decisions that will reverberate through American society and the world for weeks, months, and years to come. President Obama's re-election may have consumed last week's news cycle,…

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