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Cannabis, Obama, And The Rule Of Law

On medical marijuana, Obama says he can't ask the DOJ to "Ignore completely a federal law that’s on the books.” Greenwald asks why not: The same person who directed the DOJ to shield torturers and illegal government eavesdroppers from criminal...
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