Asa Hutchinson

Former Administrator, Drug Enforcement Administration

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Former Administrator of the Drug Enforcement Administration for (2001-2003) and Arkansas Congressman (1996-2001) and Under Secretary for Border and Transportation Security in the Department of Homeland Security (2003-2005); attorney with Hutchinson Group, LLC

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As most California voters may already know,  Proposition 19  on next week's ballot says it "legalizes marijuana under California but not federal law."  Beyond that, it would allow…

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Proposition 19  on next week's California ballot would legalize marijuana for people over 21 and allow for commercial production.

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Proposition 19 on next week's California ballot would legalize marijuana for people over 21 and allow for commercial production.

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