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Reader: There's Something Beautiful About Turning a Prison Into a Marijuana Farm

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A proposal to transform a shuttered women's prison into a marijuana grow was embraced by many of our readers -- particularly those who recall the days when smoking a joint could get someone tossed into a cell lickety-split. Here's an example.

See also: Marijuana: Ex-Bronco Supports Plan to Turn Women's Prison Into Pot Factory

Greg Jabuki DeRuckus writes:

Prison-turns-marijuana farm is poetic justice.

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