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Marijuana industry pushes to lose the idea of ‘stoner’

SAN DIEGO — There’s a badge to be with her uniform, possibly a gun on her behalf hip, and her arms are passed a bit, suggesting she’s ready for anything.

You may think that you’re thinking about an officer walking a beat.

But whatever you decide to have experienced on billboards and, recently, the online market place is definitely an effort by MedMen Enterprises of Culver City to remind you that marijuana users come from all of all ages. They are often cops, nurses, teachers, scientists, construction foremen, and grandmothers.

 
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