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After making history this summer by becoming the first national paper to call for marijuana legalization, the New York Times doubled down today with their strong editorial in support of the marijuana legalization initiatives on the ballot in D.C., Oregon and Alaska.
"Decades of arresting people for buying, selling and using marijuana have hurt more than helped society, and minority communities
Two states down, forty-eight to go. One country down, and 195 to go. Ultimate victory is far from assured. But its chances just took a good leap forward, courtesy of the New York Times.
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The Office of National Drug Control Policy staff, while acknowledging the criminal justice system needs reform, argues in
The Times' editorial has the feel of legendary CBS News anchor Walter Cronkite coming out against the Vietnam war. They dropped a bomb on our country's disastrous war on marijuana with unprecedented force.
The Times editorial board would like to see that current law changed, arguing that the federal ban on marijuana inflicts
The New York Times is taking the high road and endorsing the federal legalization of marijuana.
In a departure from normal practice, many of the editorials in the series are signed by individual editorial board members
The most authoritative paper in the United States has put its weight behind the federal legalization of marijuana, a momentous
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