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When California legalized recreational marijuana use in 2016, Gene Grozovskiy decided he would show tourists the big change behind the scenes. Now he's seeing some green, thanks to strong interest in all that grass in Los Angeles, considered the world's largest pot market where the air routinely smells of weed.Grozovskiy's tour takes about four hours and includes a visit to a dispensary -- selling not only weed but also candies, chocolate and other edibles -- a local growing facility, a bong factory and a house for smoking.Dan Chlebanowski, 30, who has been a pot lover since his teenage years, listened closely.Legalization was critical to launch pot-related tourism ventures.Arcview, a firm specializing in the cannabis market, reported a drop in the state's sales between 2017 and 2018, from $3 billion to $2.5 billion.'I have my contacts' California's pot legalization means that anyone over the age of 21 -- as for alcohol -- can have up to one ounce (28.3 grams) of grass.
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