Gay marriage isn't the only thing that was legalized in Washington on Thursday, the state is going to pot -- marijuana that is.
To celebrate, dozens of people got together around Seattle's famed Space Needle and smoked out while reggae music blared in the background. However, the early morning celebration actually broke the new law, which allows for possession of small amounts of pot, but forbids users from sparking up outside their own homes.
Seattle City Attorney Pete Holmes warned, "If you're smoking in plain, you're subject to a ticket. If you're drinking in public is disallowed, so is smoking marijuana in public."
Despite the admonition, police just gave warnings, rather than $100 citations.