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Tennessee forms 'joint' committee to 'research' legalization of marijuana

Nashville, TN - According to sources, an unprecedented number of Tennesseans have volunteered to serve on a "joint" committee to "research" the legalization of marijuana.

The research will reportedly involve several exploratory trips to Colorado and California over the next few months to visit farms and related businesses.

Representative Chip Hartley told reporters, "I'd like to thank the thousands upon thousands of concerned citizens who have selflessly volunteered to sacrifice their time and energy for this project. It is amazing to see the people of Tennessee taking such an active interest in government."

Representative Hartley gave no indication when the committee will be finalized or the official criteria to select members.

One volunteer said, "The moment I heard about this joint thingy, I knew I was perfect for it. I've already done a lot of research on this a lot."

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