It was easily the biggest, smokiest Ann Arbor Hash Bash anyone has ever seen.

A record crowd of well over 10,000 people flooded the University of Michigan Diag and surrounding downtown and campus areas for the 48th-annual political rally and smoke fest Saturday, April 6.

With recreational marijuana now legalized in Michigan, Hash Bash attendees felt freer than ever to light up joints, take hits from bongs and munch on cannabis edibles, even with police nearby.

What they were doing wasn’t really legal, but police seemed to let a lot of things slide on Saturday.

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Ryan Stanton ~ MLive.com

 

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