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‘The War on Pot…Has Affected Millions of Lives in This Country Negatively’

The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on Hit and Run Reason

Sticking up for pharmacological freedom on Fox Business Network

Sipa USA/TNS/Newscom”Whenever this topic comes up,” Fox Business Network host Charles Payne said today, while kicking off a segment about the Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ new marijuana enforcement guidelines, “everyone says, ‘Let’s grab Matt!'”

I am always happy to talk about America’s shameful, life-mangling War on Drugs with anyone, on any network, from any continent. Especially on days like today, when an announced decision by a powerful politician reminds us of how arbitrary the lines are between freedom and oppression when government decides to police what individuals choose to put into their own bodies. In this clip, which also includes Washington Times columnist Madison Gesiotto, I respond to Payne’s question about whether we should weigh post-legalization safety stats in states such as Colorado by saying, “The War on Drugs—and the war on pot,

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