Tim Dickinson

Rolling Stone magazine

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Contributing editor to Rolling Stone magazine

Tim Dickinson on KCRW

With around five million members and $250 million a year in revenue, the NRA is perhaps the most effective lobbying organization in the country. What explains its wide-ranging power?

The NRA Explained

With around five million members and $250 million a year in revenue, the NRA is perhaps the most effective lobbying organization in the country. What explains its wide-ranging power?

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Federal law bans all marijuana but, in  16 states and Washington, DC , it's legal as medicine.

Has President Obama Declared War on Medical Marijuana?

Federal law bans all marijuana but, in 16 states and Washington, DC , it's legal as medicine.

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Federal law bans all marijuana but, in 16 states and Washington, DC,  it's legal as medicine .

The President and Medical Marijuana

Federal law bans all marijuana but, in 16 states and Washington, DC, it's legal as medicine .

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