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Friday, 21 February 2014

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VAIL, Colorado - The citizens of the Colorado town of Vail are thrilled with the rise in tourism that has occurred due to the legalization of marijuana.

In fact, the town has decided that to honor the fabulous cash crop it will be erecting a 200 pound statue of a marijuana seed in the town square.

Donna Fay Keystone, who is the director for the state group known as Friends of Pot, has said that she is very happy that her home town of Vail is the first city in Colorado to bestow such an honor on grass which she spells gra$$.

A special ceremony will be held in a few weeks and the city has proudly announced that country music legend Willie Nelson has agreed to play at the festivities.

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