D.A.R.E., an international substance abuse prevention education program formed in 1983, has come out in support of legalizing cannabis. “People like me, and other advocates of marijuana legalization, are not totally blind to the harms that drugs pose to children,” said deputy sheriff Carlis McDerment in an op-ed published on D.A.R.E.’s website. “We just happen …
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