While it’s not yet on calendars, April 20 has become the unofficial holiday of marijuana, particularly in the growing number of states where pot has been decriminalized for recreational use.

“It has become hugely celebrated,” says Brett Konen, an editor with Seattle-based Leafly.com, which calls itself the world’s largest cannabis information source.

The Trump administration has indicated it may crack down on marijuana, but the industry continues to grow for now.

Konen shares cannabis culture hotspots with Larry Bleiberg for USA TODAY.

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Larry Bleiberg ~ USAToday.com ~

 

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