Instant Index: See What Happens When Madonna Shows Up for Jury Duty

Diane Sawyer reveals the stories people have been buzzing about all week.
1:27 | 07/07/14

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Transcript for Instant Index: See What Happens When Madonna Shows Up for Jury Duty
And here's what made it to the top of our "Instant index" tonight. Tomorrow morning, Washington state will become the second state in America to sell legal recreational marijuana. Today, the state issued licenses to sell one ounce at a time to adults. You'll remember in Colorado, the first state to legalize the drug. More than $5 million worth was sold in the first week. And also tonight, an op-ed from none other than Taylor swift. In tomorrow's "Wall Street journal." She asks that people see music as art, important and rare, Yi sang it's my opinion that music should not be free. She also says some things never change. Fascinate with the private lives of singers, although some things have changed dramatically. She writes, "I haven't been asked for an autograph since the invasion of the iPhone." That kids these days only want their selfie. And the long arm of the U.S. Jury system snared another singer today. Madonna, who instagramed, "Serving my country, reporting to jury selection. #Itshotinhere." The court decided Madonna on a jury was more of a distraction than help and she was released from jury duty after an hour and a half.

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