You Tube Caption Word Jumble Game #2

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YouTube Caption Word Jumble Game #2

This one will be much easier than my first Word Game.

The first to respond correctly to this word game with an email, message, text video or slideshow, (it’s too large to fit in Video Description or YT comment, but you can post it and send us the link that way)  will be eligible for a hemp clothing prize. For people who find the video and comment positively, they will be included into a drawing for a prize. I’ll keep this going annually. Prizes awarded every year in December. There’s a different prize each time based on number of participants.

Knowing what was said, I found these video captions hilarious. Like a cross between doing a word jumble puzzle and translating a Hebrew scroll with spelling errors. There are also bits that are amazingly accurate. Sometimes it seemed like the video captions were being censored by You Tube somehow. Yet another reason why we must band together to end cannabis prohibition in Michigan  and the USA!

I will be adding more Games until I’ve gone through upgrading all the videos I want to keep on my public YouTube Channel. As far as the contest goes, these are language skills games requiring spelling, grammar and punctuation corrections in English. Anybody on Earth can participate, but subject to laws governing contests here and abroad, and shipping considerations. (if it costs more to ship than to buy retail I may not be awarding that winner.)

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Let the games begin…
HOW IT WORKS:

  • Produce a corrected copy of the contest text below.
  • Use proper English words and punctuation, with time codes removed.
  • This may not be an exact science, multiple answers are possible
  • When more than one are speaking the person on stage is preferred to any other text in the mix. So translation of just the featured speaker is sufficient.

HERE’S THE CLUES:

  • Youtube video caption text.
  • Over 10 years ago.
  • Find video at YouTube Channel /JaySaysCuresNotWars/

Contest Text below:

Start of Contest Text
It is an age-old question. Should
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marijuana be legalized? There’s some very
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strong arguments on both sides of this
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issue and we’ll take a look at both
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sides listen to the arguments and see if
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we can’t come up with some sort of a
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consensus on marijuana Straight Talk is
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next
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thank you for being with us this morning
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you know it’s a slap on the hand in some
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locations its jail time and others
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should marijuana be legalized we’re
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gonna talk about that this morning Mike
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woody is here he is from PR a yes or
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personal responsibility amendment yes
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that’s a group that wants to take the
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drug trafficking out of the mix he’s
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also a member of the ACLU Sheriff Robert
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Ficano is also here today sheriff of
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Wayne County of course he is the chair
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of hid a and that is the high intensity
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drug trafficking area he is a board
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member and welcome it’s good to have
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both of you here on a topic goose so you
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could actually get at the public’s
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concern about the Gateway and the
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negatives to drugs by a public health
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model you meet reach more people by
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surface in it normalizing it making it
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something like we treat alcohol and the
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problems associated with alcohol and
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make distinctions between use and abuse
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and the teenage marijuana use in the
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Netherlands is lower than ours and their
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coffee houses have not resulted in wider
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drug use in fact i found the dutch
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students adhering to beer as king
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scorning anything but their their
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traditional cultural tasty beer draw a
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line between use and abuse i mean i’ll
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draw a line between use and abuse one
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cold beer in a refrigerator should not
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result in civil forfeiture a simple
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possession of one beer a forfeiture a
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civil for snatching house without even
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prosecuting individual snatching a car
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before the person is convicted grabbing
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a car off eight mile before they’re even
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convicted you are losing me sir well
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there’s a lot of police abuse of civil
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liberties and a lot of constitutional
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threats to the drug war we’ve lost most
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of our bill of rights freedoms we’ve
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lost a lot of Fourth Amendment freedoms
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with the kind of Supreme Court Bush is
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going to create we’re going to lose a
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lot more ground there’s a lot of major
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police abuse not to mention corruption
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go into the forfeiture issue go into all
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the the issues of police brutality the
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driving while black and profiling
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minorities a war against youth
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criminalizing a generation of youth
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disproportionate incarceration of
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Hispanics and black Americans all as a
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result of the drug war w tell me
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something positive about decriminalizing
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or legal
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there’s a car there’s less marijuana use
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where it is tolerated in the Netherlands
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than there is here in the United States
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so you’re limited personal use if that’s
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their person whatever definite decides
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so they all right to pass it on to your
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kids reading like that if you grow it
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personal you pass it on well your unki
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pit with us kids cars in the public all
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right yeah but like i said it’s car kids
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are gonna imitate what they see their
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parents do what is a social taboo right
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now let’s face it we know we have
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problems with alcohol we know we have
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problems with tobacco and things like
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that I can tell you police when they
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make most domestic runs there’s usually
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been some type of substance abuse
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involved somebody’s been drinking too
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much or somebody’s been using illegal
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drugs and that has caused many times the
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confrontation that has happened if you
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add legalizing marijuana you’re gonna
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see those kind of costs social costs as
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well as domestic abuse go up no
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statistical evidence in Europe indicates
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that tolerance produces increased usage
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of cannabis not so and the people that
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are intimidated from using it are the
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least problematic members of the cohort
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the people that become habituated and in
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troubled by the drug our hardcore folks
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who need a public health approach we
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need more mercy and compassion on this
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and we need to put this in proportion is
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out of proportion
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hi I’m sorry Mike’s approach is really
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kind of irritating because i work with
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you that i treat drug prevention and
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absence with the Children’s Center and
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the kids I deal with they’re not from
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the Netherlands and they’re not from
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Holland these are kids from the city of
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Detroit dealing with real issues and
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real problems and so as a result you
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sing legalizes it disturbs me because a
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simple fact if you’re saying legalizes
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this is not candy there are effects that
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happen to these young people and they
04:50
started using drugs at an early age so
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that kind of disturbs me that it’s like
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Holland no I’m talking about young
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people today who is seeing drugs and in
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marijuana as something just to do
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because it’s cool they’re indications I
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have is that minority use of cannabis is
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less than the white suburban use of
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cannabis and the minority community is
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targeted by the police the minority
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communities paying a tremendous price
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the war on drugs has been taken out of
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the height of the black community in
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incarceration in prison industrial
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complex and profiling black drivers the
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penalty of this drug war that is
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targeted on the poor and targeted on the
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black community is result in war police
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corruption more police brutality on the
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black community it’s a tremendous an
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exorbitant price for the black community
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to pay to pretend there’s piety in the
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land and you’re letting the cops and
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Benny Napoleon cover your bases for you
05:47
it’s dangerous dangerous territory as
05:49
far as I’m business we are focused here
05:52
on whether marijuana should be legalized
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or not I’ll just give you an example
05:57
we’ve legalized gambling have we stopped
05:59
legal gambling no we haven’t it is
06:01
plentiful and it’s going as strong as is
06:05
it always have been even with the
06:07
casinos and everything else okay we’re
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gonna take a break we’ll talk a little
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bit more right after this I think
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obviously we’re not gonna come to a
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consensus but we will talk more so stay
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with us we’ll be right back
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on net straight off our experts will
06:26
discuss custody battles from the man’s
06:28
point of view to be a part of our studio
06:30
audience when we tape wednesday at four
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thirty call 248 355 7089 we’ve got lots
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of issues here and very little time your
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question yes I’m concerned that the
06:46
sheriff seems to be talking in terms of
06:48
wishful thinking and opinion he cites
06:51
studies that he can’t name where of
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course Mike Witt he can name his studies
06:55
I want to address the concern of the
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woman have spoken the last segment and
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that is when you take the stigma away
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from drugs it doesn’t become a matter of
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youthful rebellion to use drugs and
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that’s why in Holland for you I’ve
07:09
talked to from Holland they don’t see it
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as an exciting glamorous thing to do
07:13
they just see it as an another option so
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take some of the glitz out and it
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becomes right so these arguments that
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the sheriff is using our true in spades
07:22
but their true against his point not for
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his point sure sure aamir a couple
07:27
things i’ll give you a real life example
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in Alaska with the Supreme Court ruled
07:30
one of the marijuana statutes
07:32
unconstitutional at that point but the
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legislature wasn’t in session so it was
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legal to have possession of marijuana
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for two or three months until they
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change the law in the high school before
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that court ruling at that point alcohol
07:48
was the greatest amount of abuse of a
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substance after that ruling marijuana
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surpassed alcohol the youngster sought
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took advantage of it and that’s a real
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life study that actually happened. So you
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can go look it up in Alaska and see the
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results that they had you’re watching
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able to
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YCS now Action News
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he needs it in downtown Detroit today to
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call attention to what they believe is
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unfair drug practices cures ignores
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staged it’s 2002 Michigan marijuana
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march at washington plaza this year they
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say they’re demanding that drug addicts
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get the treatment they need without
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being punished the group says it also
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wants to see marijuana legalized.

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