Lynette Shaw

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Longtime activist for legalization of medical marijuana. Founder and owner of the Fairfax-based Marin Alliance for Medical Marijuana, which has been licensed since 1997

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Early in the Obama administration, Attorney General Eric Holder said that even though marijuana use is against federal law,  medical marijuana would be no problem  in states where it…

The Crackdown on Medical Marijuana: Prohibition Revisited?

Early in the Obama administration, Attorney General Eric Holder said that even though marijuana use is against federal law, medical marijuana would be no problem in states where it…

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