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HIGH TIMES: Lawmakers want to defund the DEA’s marijuana eradication program. The DEA’s $14 milli…

HIGH TIMES: Lawmakers want to defund the DEA’s marijuana eradication program. The DEA’s $14 million marijuana eradication program has been the subject of a fair amount of criticism in recent years. Twelve members of Congress have pushed to eliminate the program and use the money instead to fund domestic-violence prevention and deficit-reduction programs. Its purpose […]
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