The California dream, smoked in D.C.?
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The California dream, smoked in D.C.?

Now that medical marijuana is legal in the nation's capital, we look to California's 14-year-old programs to determine what we can expect to see in Washington once dispensaries and cultivation centers open. (Whitney Shefte/The Washington Post)

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