Pot Delivery Services Cropping Up Across California

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Calif. Pot Movement Adopts Glossier Approach

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A marijuana plant grows legally under lights at the Boulder County Caregivers in Boulder, Colo. Since the medical marijuana law passed, it's been harder for the dealers underground to sell even though their pot is cheaper. Ed Andrieski/AP hide caption

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Marijuana's Black Market: Will It Stay Or Will It Go?

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Chefs at The Farmacy's special kitchen in Los Angeles whip up handmade "herbally enhanced" gelatos, butter and other goodies. It's part of the shop's effort to be a high-end wellness boutique -- not just a medical marijuana dispensary. Mandalit del Barco/NPR hide caption

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A Head Shop Makeover: Some Pilates With Your Pot?

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Pot Radio: Traffic, Weather And Drug Bust Tips

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State Medical Marijuana Laws Are Getting Stricter

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Richard Lee has created a multimillion-dollar empire in Oakland, Calif., built largely on medicinal pot. And now, he wants to take it a step further, by turning marijuana into a totally legal, taxable commodity for any Californian age 21 or older. Jeff Chiu/AP hide caption

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The Man Bankrolling California's Pot Initiative

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400 Marijuana Dispensaries To Close In Los Angeles

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Prescription For Change? What happens in the Golden State this year could have a big impact on the rest of the country. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Medicinal Marijuana: A Patient-Driven Phenomenon

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