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Colorado mile marker 420 now 419.99

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Colorado officials have remarked some mile markers off by fractions in an attempt to stop the theft of certain road signs.

Officials put their foot down to stop the theft of mile marker 420 once and for all. The Colorado Department of Transportation reported that the "MILE 420" sign along Interstate 70 is being replaced with a new sign, "MILE 419.99."

Amy Ford from the Colorado Department of Transportation says it's the only "420" sign to be replaced since Colorado legalized recreational marijuana. She says the sign was stolen for the last time, according to the Associated Press.

People have already left status updates sad to see it go. Many are calling it a tradition to nab the "Mile 420" sign, but apparently all things do come to an end.

You may have to ask if spending an extra buck fifty on marijuana purchases is worth paying to keep Mile 420?

Happy 419.99

DJ Webb

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