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Connecticut Clergy Advocate for Commonsense End to Prohibition

On February 18, members of the group Clergy United To Regulate Marijuana held a news conference in conjunction with the Connecticut Coalition to Regulate Marijuana to advocate for an end to prohibition in Connecticut. 

"One of the key features of the regulated system being discussed by lawmakers is that cannabis will be produced and sold by legitimate taxpaying businesses, instead of drug cartels and criminals. Regulation would also free up police resources so police can focus on more serious crimes and also help improve police-community relationships," said Rev. Charles Stallworth of East End Baptist Church. 


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