Medical Marijuana Comes Out Of The Closet

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When Attorney General Eric Holder announced that drug enforcement authorities will end raids on medical marijuana suppliers in California, patients and activists cheered. Thirteen states, including Maine, have adopted medicinal marijuana laws similar to California's. Now how might those states work toward regulating the drug?

Susan Sharon, reports for Maine Public Radio.



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