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The Futility of the War on Drugs in 2020

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High & Marijuana Blog | Cannabis • July 24, 2020, 5:00 am
The War on Drugs was officially declared in 1971, and since then has survived for nearly a half a century. It was Richard Nixon who declared drugs “public enemy number one” – however, his reasons…
MERRY JANE • July 24, 2020, 4:45 pm
Rates of cannabis use among children and teens have steadily declined in adult-use states. In fact, the decrease has been so significant that even the federal government has taken notice. At a recent…
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