Ricardo Baca

Denver Post

Guest

Marijuana editor at the Denver Post, where he writes The Cannabist blog

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This time next year, 4/20 could have a whole new meaning in California   since voters are expected to legalize recreational pot in November.

What Should California Expect If Pot Becomes Legal?

This time next year, 4/20 could have a whole new meaning in California  since voters are expected to legalize recreational pot in November.

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The mountain town of Hotchkiss, Colorado twice voted to ban both the recreational and medical use of marijuana.

A Small Coal Town in Colorado Reconsiders Marijuana

The mountain town of Hotchkiss, Colorado twice voted to ban both the recreational and medical use of marijuana.

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In 2012, Colorado became the first state to make recreational marijuana legal.

'Rolling Papers'

In 2012, Colorado became the first state to make recreational marijuana legal.

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