Marijuana-themed flip-flops and boxer shorts sold by souvenir entrepreneur Ann Jordan, in Aurora, Colo., could become hit items in Washington, D.C., after recreational marijuana sales clear some final hurdles. In the nation’s capital, however, such souvenirs would have pictures of well-known monuments.
Marijuana-themed flip-flops and boxer shorts sold by souvenir entrepreneur Ann Jordan, in Aurora, Colo., could become hit items in Washington, D.C., after recreational marijuana sales clear some final hurdles. In the nation’s capital, however, such souvenirs would have pictures of well-known monuments. Brennan Linsley The Associated Press
Marijuana-themed flip-flops and boxer shorts sold by souvenir entrepreneur Ann Jordan, in Aurora, Colo., could become hit items in Washington, D.C., after recreational marijuana sales clear some final hurdles. In the nation’s capital, however, such souvenirs would have pictures of well-known monuments. Brennan Linsley The Associated Press

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