In this Nov. 26, 2014 photo, homeless men Arnold Kelley, left, 60, and Clint Paul Harris, 35, talk with a reporter with The Associated Press about what they see as the benefits for many homeless people of legalized marijuana in Colorado, inside the Salvation Army shelter in Denver. Some homeless people from out of state have come to Colorado because marijuana is legal, and have opted to self-medicate themselves for ailments where traditional pharmaceuticals have proven ineffective, too expensive, or riddled with side effects.

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