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Wednesday, November 11, 2009

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I'm not totally clear as to the purpose of this study. Would you use this study or a larger study to encourage people to smoke marijuana to protect themselves from the potential effects of their alcohol use? This seems to me to be a study to show marijuana is not as harmful as some would suggest.

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