Don't Expect Joints If the FDA Ever Approves Medical Marijuana

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BARCELONA, SPAIN - AUGUST 22: A member smokes a marijuana joint in a cannabis club on August 22, 2014 in Barcelona, Spain. Under Spanish law marijuana can be consumed and grown for personal use. According to self-regulated Cannabis Associations of Catalonia (FEDCAC) and Cannabis Associations Federation of Catalonia (CATFAC) there are currently more than 650 cannabis clubs in Spain, 55 of which are regulated under the Code of Good Practice by these associations. The clubs are for members only, who have to be Spanish residents over 21 years of age, and who are introduced to the club by an existing member. More than half of the cannabis clubs can be found in Barcelona, where authorities are have imposed a one-year moratorium on new licenses for cannabis associations and it is searching for new ways to regulate these clubs as they are becoming increasingly popular. (Photo by David Ramos/Getty Images) Photographer: David Ramos/Getty Images Europe

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