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Prop to Legalize Pot for Recreational Use Likely to be on Ballot

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"Supporters of legalized marijuana announced today that they have gathered about 700,000 signatures for their initiative, virtually guaranteeing voters will see it on the November ballot," says the LA Times. And when and if it wins, will it be a boon for tourism?