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Prison Vendor Joins Drug Companies to Thwart Legal Pot in Arizona

This article originally appeared on the International Business Times.  A deep-pocketed coalition is spending big to keep marijuana illegal in Arizona. Drug companies, the Chamber of Commerce and the alcohol industry have together poured millions of dollars into the campaign to defeat Proposition 205, a ballot measure that would legalize marijuana for those older than 21.
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