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The Boston Globe's Case is Even Worse than Scott Sumner Says

(September 30, 2016 12:52 PM, by David Henderson) Yesterday, co-blogger Scott Sumner wrote an excellent post taking on the Boston Globe columnist Renee Loth's weak case against marijuana legalization. (Her column is from April, but it's still relevant.) The case is even weaker than Scott says. Consider this... (6 COMMENTS)
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