Western States Seek to Regulate Homegrown Pot

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Long before tourists started converging in Colorado to sample freshly legalized marijuana in the form of gummy bears and chocolate brownies, thousands of Coloradans were cultivating the medicinal plants for their own consumption and to share with ailing friends. Now that the Trump administration is pledging to closely monitor states where the federally outlawed substance has been legalized, regulators in Colorado, Oregon, and Washington are trying to tame what has proved to be an unruly crop of home growers,

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