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January 4, 2012

Primary in "Live Free or Die" state heats up drug war talk among candidates

As suggested by these two new items via the Huffington Post, it appears that the primary season move to New Hampshire now has more GOP candidates talking about aspects of the war on drugs:

These developments make me a bit more hopeful (but still not optimistic) that the federal drug war, or at the very least federal pot policy and its relationship to state pot reform movements, may get some attention in the next GOP debate this coming weekend in New Hampshire.

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