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Ad campaign explains difference between smoking and eating marijuana
Ad campaign explains difference between smoking and eating marijuana

There’s a difference between downing a beer and a round of tequila shots. And the Marijuana Policy Project wants you to know there’s also a difference between smoking a joint and eating a cannabis chocolate bar. The Washington, D.C.-based advocacy group launched an ad campaign Wednesday aimed at educating people how to consume marijuana responsibly -- especially pot tourists headed for Colorado. The blitz includes a billboard in downtown Denver that depicts a distraught woman in a hotel room. It reads: “Don’t let a candy bar ruin your vacation. With edibles, start low and go slow.” The plea is a not-so-subtle dig at New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd,...

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