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High-profile coalition looks to legalize pot

Infographic produced by Stop the Violence based on their own polling (stoptheviolencebc.org)

The Stop the Violence coalition is barely three years old, but the movement to legalise marijuana has the ringing endorsements of health professionals, law enforcement officers, former mayors and four former Attorneys General.

That includes people like Mike Harcourt, Larry Campbell, Geoff Plant, and  Ujjal Dosanjh.

Dr Evan Wood is the founder of Stop the Violence, and was in Kelowna for a panel discussion Thursday evening at the Rotary Centre for the Arts.
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