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PBS NEWSHOUR

What can the Dutch teach the U.S. about selling pot?

  • Aired: 03/22/2014
  • 10:44
  • Rating: NR
As Colorado and Washington begin selling legal marijuana, questions remain about the practical process of changing drug policy. NewsHour travels to the Netherlands -- the one nation that's been openly selling pot for over forty years -- to see what might be in store for the United States. Correspondent William Brangham and producer Saskia de Melker report.
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