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Marijuana possession passes at ballot

Opponents of Proposition 207, which late Tuesday, Nov. 3, was being supported by 54% of the votes counted, conceded defeat. But spokeswoman Lisa James claimed that the win was because of “deceit and self-interest’’ by proponents, pointing out the measure was crafted and financed by the owners of marijuana companies who stand to benefit financially. (Courier stock photo)

Opponents of Proposition 207, which late Tuesday, Nov. 3, was being supported by 54% of the votes counted, conceded defeat. But spokeswoman Lisa James claimed that the win was because of “deceit and self-interest’’ by proponents, pointing out the measure was crafted and financed by the owners of marijuana companies who stand to benefit financially. (Courier stock photo)

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