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Gavin Newsom Explains Why Lawmakers Shouldn’t Be Neutral On Marijuana Legalization – Huffington Post



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Gavin Newsom Explains Why Lawmakers Shouldn't Be Neutral On Marijuana Legalization
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PHILADELPHIA ― Gavin Newsom is a little tired of being the only state official in California to fully endorse legalizing recreational marijuana. Speaking with The Huffington Post at the Democratic National Convention on Thursday, the lieutenant ...
Ten State Lawmakers Join Effort to Legalize MarijuanaBoston magazine (blog)
More signatures needed for medical marijuana legalization petitionKRIS Corpus Christi News
Potential Recreational Marijuana Legalization (in California) Should Force Local Governments to Cultivate New ...JD Supra (press release)
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Supposedly Neutral Federal Report Stacks The Deck Against Marijuana Legalization – Forbes



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Supposedly Neutral Federal Report Stacks The Deck Against Marijuana Legalization
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In 2012 Coloradans approved Amendment 64, which legalized marijuana for recreational use, by a vote of 55 percent to 45 percent. Last February a Quinnipiac University poll found that 58 percent of Colorado voters supported that decision, while 38 ...

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Supposedly Neutral Federal Report Stacks The Deck Against Marijuana Legalization – Forbes



Forbes
Supposedly Neutral Federal Report Stacks The Deck Against Marijuana Legalization
Forbes
In 2012 Coloradans approved Amendment 64, which legalized marijuana for recreational use, by a vote of 55 percent to 45 percent. Last February a Quinnipiac University poll found that 58 percent of Colorado voters supported that decision, while 38 ...

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Supposedly Neutral Federal Report Stacks The Deck Against Marijuana Legalization – Forbes



Forbes
Supposedly Neutral Federal Report Stacks The Deck Against Marijuana Legalization
Forbes
In 2012 Coloradans approved Amendment 64, which legalized marijuana for recreational use, by a vote of 55 percent to 45 percent. Last February a Quinnipiac University poll found that 58 percent of Colorado voters supported that decision, while 38 ...
Martin O'Malley: I Will Reschedule Marijuana and (Maybe) Support LegalizationMarijuana Politics (blog)
Martin O'Malley vows marijuana change if he becomes presidentBaltimore Sun
Democratic candidate Martin O'Malley talks marijuana in 2016 campaignThe Denver Post

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