Police Departments In Legal And Illegal Marijuana States Play Into 4/20 With Jokes And Puns

Police Departments In Legal And Illegal Marijuana States Play Into 4/20 With Jokes And Puns

In legal marijuana states and those that maintain prohibition alike, police departments evidently wanted to get some giggles on the marijuana holiday 4/20. On Monday, social media accounts for the Fort Collins Police Department in Colorado, the Bath Township Police Department in Michigan and the Wyoming Police Department in Minnesota shared posts in recognition of the annual occasion. Cannabis is legal for recreational use in Colorado and Michigan but not Minnesota—which makes at least one of the posts a bit awkward given the criminal justice implications of ongoing prohibition for most adults. In Fort Collins, the department shared a Tiger King-themed infographic explaining state regulations, riffing off the popular Netflix documentary series about a rivalry between two competing exotic animal companies. The visual explains rules around age requirements, personal cultivation and allowable consumption practices. We'll be blunt – if you're ganja partake in 4/20 activities, weed preefer if you consume responsibly. Don't get your mota running – driving while impaired is illegal. Know your limits & follow the law (helpful chart below). Share this info with your buds. Dank you & be safe! pic.twitter.com/hGcElntQ34 — Fort Collins Police (@FCPolice) April 20, 2020 For those 21 and older, the department asked how the person reading the infographic plans to obtain cannabis. “From that lady… Carole Baskin. I hear she’s nice,” one option reads. That response leads to a blurb stating, “File in the ‘Bad Ideas’ folder next to petting tigers.” “We’ll be blunt – if you’re ganja partake in 4/20 activities,…

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