Jake Browne

The Denver Post

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Cannabis critic for the Denver Post; Founder of The Grow Off, a Colorado cannabis competition

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The stakes are high this summer at the Oregon State Fair, particularly in the brand new category of best marijuana plant.

A Marijuana Contest at the Oregon State Fair That Won't Get You High

The stakes are high this summer at the Oregon State Fair, particularly in the brand new category of best marijuana plant.

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