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March 8, 2013 5:16 PM

Ex-world leaders: Time for U.S. to rethink drug policy as states ease marijuana laws

Three former heads of state are urging the United States to engage in a serious discussion of drug legalization, saying its counternarcotics policies are becoming untenable in the wake of voter approval last fall of measures that legalized the recreational use of marijuana in Washington state and Colorado.

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