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Proponents of the emerging pot-for-pleasure industry want to grab a share of the nearly $2 billion tourism business in Sonoma County with events like dinners that incorporate marijuana. Courtesy of Sonoma Cannabis Company/Kristen Jeanne hide caption

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Pairing Wine And Weed: Is It A California Dream Or Nightmare?

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Marijuana grows in the home of two medical marijuana patients in Medford, Ore. Jeff Barnard/AP hide caption

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How The 'Cannabis Catch-22' Keeps Marijuana Classified As A Harmful Drug

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Washington State Patrol sergeant Nate Hovinghoff says once pot was legalized in Washington state the rules of engagement changed. Courtesy Austin Jenkins /Courtesy Austin Jenkins hide caption

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Legalizing Marijuana: It Changes Policing, But May Leave Racial Disparities

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As More States Consider Legalizing, Questions About Pot And The Brain

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Lisa Olson, of Mesa, Ariz., uses marijuana to ease the symptoms of multiple sclerosis. Stina Sieg/KJZZ hide caption

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Marijuana's Mainstream Move Triggers Different Kinds Of Family Talks

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Ohio's proposal to legalize recreational and medical marijuana is being met with opposition from residents who generally support legalizing pot. iStockphoto hide caption

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Fears Of Marijuana 'Monopoly' In Ohio Undercut Support For Legalization

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Using chemicals to control bugs or mold is common among commercial cannabis growers. But with no federal oversight, experts are concerned growers may be using dangerous pesticides. Ted S. Warren/AP hide caption

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Concern Grows Over Unregulated Pesticide Use Among Marijuana Growers

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Deuel County Sheriff Adam Hayward shows off a container of confiscated marijuana in Chappell, Neb., in July. Nikki Kahn/The Washington Post/Getty Images hide caption

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Nebraska Says Colorado Pot Isn't Staying Across The Border

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Low-dose pot-infused cookies, called the Rookie Cookie, sit on the packaging table Sept. 26 at The Growing Kitchen in Boulder, Colo. The state legalized recreational pot use last year. Brennan Linsley/AP hide caption

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