As we all know these are tough economic times, and California is facing serious financial problems, Miller said. But it is totally irresponsible to say that the legalization of a dangerous drug could be one way to help us out of the financial mess we’re in. Such comments send entirely the wrong message, especially to young people, a difficult enough to put his resisting the resistance to peer pressure and other drugs. .
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