David Samuels

freelance writer on pop culture

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Freelance writer about pop culture and author of Only Love Can Break Your Heart, a collection of his reporting

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The Drug Enforcement Administration says  marijuana  is as dangerous to users as heroin and PCP. It's strictly illegal under federal law.

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The Drug Enforcement Administration says marijuana is as dangerous to users as heroin and PCP. It's strictly illegal under federal law.

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