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May 7, 2014

So many marijuana developments, so many new posts at MLP&R

In part because there is so much activity on so many marijuana law and policy front, I have been remiss lately about doing my usual round ups of notable posts from Marijuana Law, Policy and Reform.   I highly encourage everyone interested in drug reform topics to make regular stops at MLP&R, though I also will try to keep finding time to provide a sampling here of recent posts from MLP&R that help highlight how dynamic the (non-sentencing parts of the) marijuana reform world continues to be.  So:

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