Ben Cort

Smart Approaches to Marijuana

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Board member of Smart Approaches to Marijuana, an anti-marijuana legalization group, and director for professional relations at a drug treatment center at the University of Colorado Hospital; recovering addict

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Marijuana is a one-time symbol of America's counter-culture.

Will Big Money Create "Big Pot?"

Marijuana is a one-time symbol of America's counter-culture.

from To the Point

Bans on marijuana may follow alcohol prohibition into the dustbin of American history. In November election, four states and Washington, DC have now approved recreational use.

Is Marijuana Prohibition Going Up in Smoke?

Bans on marijuana may follow alcohol prohibition into the dustbin of American history. In November election, four states and Washington, DC have now approved recreational use.

from To the Point

Bans on marijuana may follow alcohol prohibition into the dustbin of American history.

Is Marijuana Prohibition Going Up in Smoke?

Bans on marijuana may follow alcohol prohibition into the dustbin of American history.

from To the Point

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