Grandmas Smoking Marijuana For The Very First Time In Their Lives

Better late than never.
Grandmas Smoking Marijuana For The Very First Time In Their Lives

Three sweet grandmothers who've never smoked weed before ("I was too busy raising children!") give it a shot in this adorable extended video. They quickly get caught up on the stoner life they've been missing:  playing Cards Against Humanity, eating several bags of chips, and losing their train of thought mid sentence.

In the end, they decide, there are definitely some benefits to getting ripped.

Toronto Police Allegedly Seized Cannabis Edibles That Look Just Like Normal Candy (PHOTOS)

Those Cheetos, Fritos and more aren't just your regular snack!

If you're reaching for a bag of Cheetos and not an edible, you may be fooled by this unlicensed dispensary's packaging.

Toronto police allegedly seized "a quantity of cannabis products that were packaged and labelled to replicate mainstream candy products for public consumption" on November 5, according to a news release.

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Weed Delivery Services & Cannabis Clubs Are Coming To Denver This Summer

The bill passed just one day before 4/20, aka "Weed Day."

Getting legal marijuana in Denver, Colorado, is about to become even simpler thanks to the city council's latest decision.

On Monday, the council passed a bill that would make marijuana consumption both easier and more acceptable in the Mile High City this summer, with the first being related to marijuana delivery.

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New Mexico is poised to become the 16th state in the U.S. to legalize recreational marijuana.

What is being called "House Bill 2" has made it past the state Senate and is now headed to the desk of Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham, who says the bill will boost the state's economy and help those who have been harmed by the country's "failed war on drugs."

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New York made history by becoming the 15th state in the U.S. to legalize recreational marijuana.

Governor Andrew Cuomo officially signed the new legislation into law on Wednesday, which allows all adults over the age of 21 in the state to purchase, grow, and use cannabis, according to the New York Times.

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