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In November, Washington state jumped into history becoming the first state along with Colorado to reject federal drug-control policy and legalize recreational marijuana use.
Brian Workman, left, holds a pipe full of marijuana oil for Randy Spencer, center to lite with a blowtorch during a public consumption marijuana rally on December 6, 2012 in Seattle. Despite the new law's ban on public marijuana use which is subject to a fine of about $50. In November, Washington state jumped into history becoming the first state along with Colorado to reject federal drug-control policy and legalize recreational marijuana use. UPI/Jim Bryant
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Brian Workman, left, packs down a pipe full of marijuana oil for Randy Spencer, during a public consumption marijuana rally on December 6, 2012 in Seattle. UPI/Jim Bryant
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Michael Dare, a medical marijuana user, displays a bud during a public consumption of marijuana rally at the Seattle Center on December 6, 2012 in Seattle. UPI/Jim Bryant
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Michael Dare, a medical marijuana user, smokes at a public consumption of marijuana on December 6, 2012 in Seattle. Despite the new law's ban on public marijuana use which is subject to a fine of about $50 many showed up for the smoke in. UPI/Jim Bryant
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Recreational Marijuana Use Is Now Legal In Washington State
Jared Allaway lites up a pipe full of marijuana during a public consumption of marijuana rally on December 6, 2012 in Seattle. Despite the new law's ban on public marijuana use which is subject to a fine of about $50. UPI/Jim Bryant
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Dave Mesford smokes a marijuana joint during a public consumption of marijuana rally on December 6, 2012 in Seattle. Despite the new law's ban on public marijuana use which is subject to a fine of about $50. UPI/Jim Bryant
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Marijuana users smoke at a public consumption of marijuana at the Seattle Center on December 6, 2012 in Seattle. UPI/Jim Bryant
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