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Economics Not Prohibition

“…demonstrates how enormously effective prohibition of production and sale is at raising drug prices. For example heroin’s price took a decade to fall by 16 percent…” Um… prohibition raises drug prices… followed by heroin’s price took a decade to FALL

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First Rights

Pertaining to sustaining cannabis legality… How should the trade be regulated? Who will benefit financially? How will the federal government act? These questions and others will roil the states for years to come. But they should not be the questions

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Cash In Against Legit Legality

From “Legalization backers blast Sheldon Adelson’s $1 million donation to a Massachusetts anti-pot group”: Adelson’s donation significantly boosts the anti-pot group’s budget. According to the group’s end-of-September filing, Campaign for a Safe and Healthy Massachusetts had raised $608,748.73. The “antiaddiction advocates” (as

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Star Against War

I know you generally (and publicly tragically) don’t like to ‘star me up’ on the drug war issue, and I honestly would love to know whether or not the reasoning behind your conclusion is based upon my specific (and sometimes

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State of Favoritism

From: “The down-low on Massachusetts’ controversial ‘pay-to-play’ MMJ market ” (the Cannabist): Massachusetts’ medical marijuana law leaves it up to local governments to determine how many registered dispensaries to allow in their town or city, according to state regulations. However,

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Sick Drug War Joke

From “Taking a look: Is marijuana as dangerous as heroin, LSD and peyote?” (the Cannabist): The question of rescheduling marijuana has been hotly debated since Congress placed it in the Schedule I group when it passed the Controlled Substances Act

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No to Hypocritical Thugs

“Reasons cited by opponents include the state’s opioid addiction crisis and the possibility of marijuana being a ‘gateway’ leading to more dangerous drugs.” — from the article titled “Massachusetts group far exceeds required signatures to get legalization on ballot” (the

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