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Continued: Tevlin: Dayton needs to buck cops, back medical marijuana

  • Article by: JON TEVLIN , Star Tribune
  • Last update: March 17, 2014 - 8:15 PM

“We know how to make this work now in Minnesota, with some strict controls,” Azzi said.

Dayton should help them make it work regardless of what law enforcement, which has its own agenda, thinks. This is a medical issue, not a police issue.

While some at the protest have split families or moved to states where medical marijuana is legal, McGuiness said that’s not an option for most.

“I can’t afford to move, and I shouldn’t have to move,” McGuiness said.

No, she shouldn’t.

 

jtevlin@startribune.com 612-673-1702 • @jontevlin

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