Stanley Glantz

University of California, San Francisco

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Dr. Stanley Glantz is Truth Initiative Distinguished Professor of Tobacco Control at the UC San Francisco Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education

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One of the hottest measures on the ballot this November is  Proposition 64 , the one legalizing the recreational use of marijuana.

Prop 64: The legalization of recreational marijuana use

One of the hottest measures on the ballot this November is Proposition 64 , the one legalizing the recreational use of marijuana.

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