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Facts show Polk’s claim about marijuana deaths among children is misleading (access required)

An editorial written by Yavapai County Attorney Sheila Polk hammered home the most basic argument she and other opponents of marijuana legalization have made – that legalizing marijuana will be bad for kids.

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