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Fox & Friends to DNC dope smokers: watch your step

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Fox & Friends hosts Steve Doocy, Gretchen Carlson and Dave Briggs don't want delegates showing up at the Democratic National Convention thinking they'll be able to reenact favorite scenes from Pineapple Express. During this morning's broadcast, they noted that even though Denver has passed a law decriminalizing possession of small amounts of marijuana, city officials have pledged to enforce the laws of the state as a whole. According to Doocy, "The Denver police want you to know that if you bring your Mary Jane, you could end up in the hoosgow."

It's good to know that Fox News cares.

To see a clip of this exchange, click here. -- Michael Roberts

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