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'Morning Edition' Returns: Pot-Impaired Judgment

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'Morning Edition' Returns: Pot-Impaired Judgment

'Morning Edition' Returns: Pot-Impaired Judgment

'Morning Edition' Returns: Pot-Impaired Judgment

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Two young men in Iowa called police to report a burglary — and apparently figured the officers wouldn't notice the marijuana plants at their place. And in Charleston, S.C., a man on jury duty emptied his pockets to pass through the courthouse metal detector — flashing police a bag with 18 grams of pot.