Look – fair is fair. Even if you’re on parole. Washington State has legalized marijuana, and that means recent parolees can fire up as soon as they hit the streets. Is that a good idea? Probably not.
Report by CHRIS INGALLS / KING 5 News
About the AuthorMichael is a journalist and filmmaker. His award-winning documentary, Sleeping with Siri is playing film festivals across the country. Stusser runs TechTimeout campaigns in high schools across the country, asking teenagers to give up their digital devices (for a little while) in order to find balance, and perhaps even make eye-contact with their parents.
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