Bruce Margolin

Executive Director, National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws' Los Angeles Chapter

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Criminal defense attorney, specializing in marijuana cases; Executive Director of the Los Angeles Chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws, he helped write Proposition 215 which legalized medical marijuana

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Marijuana is illegal under federal law, but 15 states, including California, have legalized it for medicinal use.

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Marijuana is illegal under federal law, but 15 states, including California, have legalized it for medicinal use.

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