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(Olympia, WA)  --  Washington state lawmakers will consider a measure that would allow state residents to grow their own marijuana for personal use.  Democratic state Representative Sherry Appleton of Poulsbo [[ PALLZ-bo ]] says the bill would authorize the production of personal-use recreational marijuana plants for anyone 21 or older.  According to the legislation, residents would be able to grow up to six plants as long as less than 24 ounces of "usable marijuana is harvested."

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