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Recreational sales could also prompt some medical marijuana users to drop out of the Oregon Medical Marijuana Program, in which they pay $200 per year for a medical marijuana card.
Recreational and commercial fishing are vital to New Jersey s economy, providing more than $2.
This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in retailing new and/or used recreational vehicles commonly referred to as RVs or retailing these new vehicles in combination with activities, such as repair services and selling replacement parts and accessories.
feminists, homosexuals) who, with public financial assistance, are working actively at ensuring that the recreational concept is thoroughly embodied in our law system.
The conventional wisdom is that recreational fishing is a small proportion of the total take, so it is largely overlooked,'' said lead author Felicia Coleman of Florida State University.
The data may suggest a need for new limits on recreational fishing for some species, say Coleman and her colleagues.
Those "babies" are your future, and the recreational dancers are your financial base, not only because there are more of them, but because they're not attending classes al a reduced rate, like the intensive dancers.
Over the last decade or so, recreational use of the country's coastal regions has increased dramatically, says Virginia Lee, director of the Rhode Island Sea Grant's Sustainable Coastal Communities and Environments Extension Program at the University of Rhode Island.
As part of the Plan, EDC recognized the local community's need for public recreational open space, and identified the Piers as an appropriate location to meet that need.
Though Eddie says he has outgrown the drug-taking days of his youth, many gay people are stepping up their use of recreational drugs as a part of their social rituals.
The Recreational Fee Demonstration Program, established in 1996, permitted the Forest Service (USFS), Bureau of Land Management (BLM), National Park Service (NPS), and Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) to charge the public new admission fees in hundreds of public-land sites around the country.
CDC's National Center for Environmental Health (NCEH) has established the Recreational Water Listserv for environmental health professionals involved in human-health issues associated with recreational water.

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