Marijuana means a lot of different things to a lot of different people. To some, weed is a nice way to relax at the end (or beginning) of the day, while others see it as a medicinal drug. To others still, it’s an evil threat to Christian life. Thanks to the beauty of democracy, everyone's views get to congeal into this giant, messy, gray area we call America. Until the day when our paranoid fundamentalist friends get stoned enough to stop worrying so much, the rest of us have to deal with varying regulation schemes state by state. Read on for a little clarity on getting smoggy from sea to shining sea. NOTE: This article describes the legal landscape as of March 2014. Laws probably (and hopefully) will change over time. Read and assimilate this information at your own risk, but don't be an idiot.
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