DCMJ members and volunteers say they have 1,227 joints to give away — a reference to the federal pot prohibition act — and will set up a booth across from the Capitol building.
"We are forced to do this type of publicity stunt because the Trump administration hasn't mentioned marijuana once since he was elected," said DCMJ founder Adam Eidinger. "It reminds people that the public wants change, and the politicians aren't doing it."
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