Stoners give new meaning to Sanders' popular 'Feel the Bern' saying

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Ariel Zimman, a 29-year-old Portland artist, is selling ceramic marijuana pipes and chillums decked out with the Democratic presidential hopeful's slogan and face, according to the Center for Public Integrity.

The smoking accessories come with a pretty hefty price tag, costing anywhere from $30 to $60 -- 10 percent of which will be donated to Sanders' campaign.
Supporters like the "Burners For Bernie" community on Facebook have responded well to Zimman's grassroots campaign.

"It was really just a way to show my support for him as a candidate," Zimman told the Center for Public Integrity. "People love [the pipes], and once they hear they are contributing in some way to the campaign, they are all about that too."

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Posted by Burners For Bernie on Thursday, February 4, 2016

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But selling merchandise with campaign logos to benefit a candidate has raised some legal concerns.

"If I was advising one of these vendors, I would probably advise them to be a little less specific in their solicitation," Larry Noble, a former top lawyer for the Federal Election Commission told the Center for Public Integrity.

Zimman doesn't seem too worried though about legal backlash and hasn't heard anything from the Sanders' campaign.

"If they need me to stop and they ask me to stop, I'll stop," she said.

So far, Zimman has made around $3,000 off the political paraphernalia.

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Alabama

No legalization of any kind

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Alaska

Marijuana legalized for medical and recreational use 

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Arizona

Marijuana legalized for medical use

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Arkansas

No legalization of any kind 

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California

Marijuana legalized for medical use

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Colorado

Marijuana legalized for medical and recreational use  

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Connecticut

Marijuana legalized for medical use 

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Delaware

Marijuana legalized for medical use 

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Florida

No legalization of any kind

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Georgia

No legalization of any kind

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Hawaii

Marijuana legalized for medical use

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Idaho

No legalization of any kind

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Illinois

Marijuana legalized for medical use

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Indiana

No legalization of any kind

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Iowa

No legalization of any kind

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Kansas

No legalization of any kind

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Kentucky

No legalization of any kind

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Louisiana

No legalization of any kind

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Maine

Marijuana legalized for medical use

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Maryland

Marijuana legalized for medical use

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Massachusetts

Marijuana legalized for medical use

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Michigan

Marijuana legalized for medical use

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Minnesota

Marijuana legalized for medical use

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Mississippi

No legalization of any kind

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Missouri

No legalization of any kind 

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Montana

Marijuana legalized for medical use

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Nebraska

No legalization of any kind 

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Nevada

Marijuana legalized for medical use

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New Hampshire

Marijuana legalized for medical use

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New Jersey

Marijuana legalized for medical use 

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New Mexico

Marijuana legalized for medical use 

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New York

Marijuana legalized for medical use

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North Carolina

No legalization of any kind

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North Dakota

No legalization of any kind

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Ohio

No legalization of any kind

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Oklahoma

No legalization of any kind

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Oregon

Marijuana legalized for medical and recreational use  

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Pennsylvania

No legalization of any kind

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Rhode Island 

Marijuana legalized for medical use

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South Carolina

No legalization of any kind

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South Dakota

No legalization of any kind

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Tennessee

No legalization of any kind

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Texas

No legalization of any kind

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Utah

No legalization of any kind 

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Vermont

Marijuana legalized for medical use

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Virginia

No legalization of any kind

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Washington

Marijuana legalized for medical and recreational use 

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West Virginia 

No legalization of any kind

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Wisconsin

No legalization of any kind 

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Wyoming

No legalization of any kind

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