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(Olympia, WA)  --  Governor Jay Inslee says Washington will try to persuade the U.S. Department of Justice and newly-sworn-in Attorney General Jeff Sessions that states should be allowed to decide for themselves on whether to legalize marijuana.  Sessions has gone on record as opposing legalization of marijuana.  Washington, Colorado, Oregon, California, Alaska, and the District of Columbia now allow people age 21 or older to use recreational marijuana.  Inslee says there's been no major increase in criminal activity or ill health effects reported following legalization.

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