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Nullification Works: Republicans Look to Legalize Marijuana as States Ignore Federal Drug War

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11/25/2021Ryan McMaken

The ongoing success of the cannabis nullification effort has shown the uselessness of those who repeatedly chant slogans about “federal supremacy” and “If you don’t like the (federal) law, change it.”

Original Article: "Nullification Works: Republicans Look to Legalize Marijuana as States Ignore Federal Drug War"

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Nullification Works: Republicans Look to Legalize Marijuana as States Ignore Federal Drug War