Shane Kinoshita from San Francisco smokes marijuana in Golden Gate Park in the area unofficially known as “Hippy Hill.” Ben Boychuk says California has enough problems without encouraging widespread pot use by legalizing recreational marijuana in Proposition 64 on Nov. 8.
Shane Kinoshita from San Francisco smokes marijuana in Golden Gate Park in the area unofficially known as “Hippy Hill.” Ben Boychuk says California has enough problems without encouraging widespread pot use by legalizing recreational marijuana in Proposition 64 on Nov. 8. Haven Daley The Associated Press
Shane Kinoshita from San Francisco smokes marijuana in Golden Gate Park in the area unofficially known as “Hippy Hill.” Ben Boychuk says California has enough problems without encouraging widespread pot use by legalizing recreational marijuana in Proposition 64 on Nov. 8. Haven Daley The Associated Press

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October 20, 2016 04:02 PM

UPDATED October 20, 2016 04:20 PM

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