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recreational

(rĕk′rē-ā′shə-nəl)
adj.
Of or relating to the occasional use of drugs for pleasure or intoxication.

rec′re·a′tion·al·ly adv.
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If Naperville allows shops selling the drug for recreational purposes, she said she fears the same would happen in the state's fourth-largest city.
Insurance for a recreational vehicle is applicable for the expenses of the repairing or replacement of the RVs, as well as the other damaged properties.
"Our results show that there are substantial ancillary benefits to marijuana legalization, especially RMLs (recreational marijuana laws), and they offer important food for thought as many states continue to contemplate expansions to both medical and recreational marijuana access," the authors write.
Illinois took a different route, approving a legal weed bill that allows recreational use.
Alhough most adult-use purchases are actually used for medical reasons, there is a clear split between medical and recreational use, in Gordon's view: it has to do with the user's intention and the dose consumed.
Filipino citizens and domestic partnerships, associations, or corporations can register recreational boats for commercial or private use.
The certificate of ownership and recreational boat certificate are valid for five years and must be renewed before its expiration.
The Recreational Trails Program provides Idahoans with hundreds of ways to experience our states vast wilderness and incredible natural beauty, Risch said.
The American Therapeutic Recreation Association (ATRA) notes that recreational therapists usually need a bachelor's degree in recreational therapy or a related field such as recreation and leisure studies, and these programs typically include an internship component.
Case law establishes that the producer or organizer of a recreational event like Marathon Fun Days "occupies" the real property on which the event is held, and it is therefore considered an "owner" of the property for purposes of recreational immunity.
Despite the best efforts of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo to legalize recreational marijuana in the state, strong resistance is brewing from the counties, suburbs, and sheriffs.
But I think it is time for Pennsylvania to take a serious and honest look at recreational marijuana.

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