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Lawmakers in the District of Columbia are still wrestling with what the legalization of marijuana means for public policy in the nation’s capital. A year ago, it became legal for residents to consume and grow small amounts of marijuana in the privacy of their homes — but the city stopped short of legalizing and regulating commercial sales. A new public debate has now emerged over whether the city should allow for the consumption of marijuana in private clubs and establishments.
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