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In states where marijuana has been legalized, newspapers hire critics to review weed.

Marijuana reviewers take notes as they try weed. The reviews begins with a physical description of the product as well as the smell and taste. It also describes the sound of the bud firing up and how the product made them feel. It ends with a summary of the benefits of each product.

To get the job you have to know marijuana — strains, benefits, genetics, terminology, history, geography and a background in journalism. But newspapers generally don’t recommend being high for the job interview.

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