California's Proposition 19: The Politics Of Pot On Nov. 2, Californians are set to vote for Proposition 19, which, if passed, will make California the first state to legalize marijuana. In a week-long series, NPR explores the debate over the politics of pot.

Will Legalizing Pot Wipe Out The Black Market?

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Campaigning On The Cheap, Prop 19 Still Builds Buzz

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Pot Legalization Divides California's Black Voters

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Legalized Pot's Unlikely Supporters: Moms And Cops

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