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Concern Grows Over Unregulated Pesticide Use Among Marijuana Growers

Regulators in the 23 states where medical or recreational marijuana is allowed are having a tough time making sure pot buyers don't ingest harmful pesticides.

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George Caleb Bingham's The Jolly Flatboatmen (1846) became wildly popular after an East Coast art union bought it and started disseminating it as a print. National Gallery of Art hide caption

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In 1846, 'The Jolly Flatboatmen' Did A Different Sort Of River Dance

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Concern Grows Over Unregulated Pesticide Use Among Marijuana Growers

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Hang Hang Joshua Bell & Edgar Meyer with Sam Bush & Mike Marshall
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Awards For Athletes Should Honor Unsung Heroes

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Panhandle Rag Mike Auldridge, Jerry Douglas et. al.

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A Vision For Teacher Training At MIT: West Point Meets Bell Labs

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'3 ½ Minutes' Chronicles Florida Murder Over Loud Rap Music

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Paul Ryan: Trade Deal Will Help U.S. 'Set The Standards For The Global Economy'

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