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January 1, 2018 brought an entire new industry to San Diego’s doorstep: legalized cannabis.

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Marijuana stores across the country are bracing for one of their biggest sales weekends in history: The Super Bowl.

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The Lionsgate Event Center in Lafayette, Colorado, where the third annual Cannabis Wedding Expo took place on a recent weekend in late January, is a fun and funky space.

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“As more states legalize recreational marijuana, the varieties of pot-enhanced food and beverage will increase,” the Specialty Food Association’s Trendspotter Panel wrote last November.

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We’ve rounded up 10 other places in the U.S. and beyond that are worth a visit if you’re craving a vacation that is also smoke-friendly.

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"We're going to see bigger names in Hollywood branding cannabis," says one expert, with only morality clauses — and the federal government — impeding the way.

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