Six headline writers having fun with marijuana legalization

People attending an Amendment 64 watch party in a bar celebrate after a local television station announced the marijuana amendment's passage, in Denver, Colo., Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2012. The amendment would make it legal in Colorado for individuals to possess and for businesses to sell marijuana for recreational use. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)

6 headline writers who had way too much fun with pot legalization

Two states — Colorado and Washington — became the first in the U.S to legalize recreational marijuana use after ballot measures were approved on Election Day. Here's how some newspapers and websites punned it up in the aftermath of the historic news.The Denver Post — Denver, Colo.Headline: "Fired Up"The Greeley Tribune — Greeley, Colo.Headline: "Colorado marijuana voters on a high"The Seattle Times — Seattle, Wash.Headline: "State blazes trail, legalizes pot"The Pagosa Daily Post — Pagosa Springs, Colo.Headline: "Light up, Colorado: …

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