Steve DeAngelo

Harborside Health Center

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Executive Director of the Harborside Health Center in Oakland, California, one of the largest medical marijuana dispensaries in the country, he's been a marijuana activist for the last forty years

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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.

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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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