TCU Daily Skiff Tuesday, April 20, 2004
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Pot: Just what the doctor ordered
Medicinal marijuana should be made legal

Have you ever seen the ad where the woman dying of cancer reaches down to roll her joint? How about the one where a man suffering from chronic pain lights up to relieve his pain?

I bet you haven’t.
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Don’t just breathe; live life

Here’s something I’d like potential employers to ask me: my qualifications for the position of living.
Differences between right and left vast

Liberals and Conservatives are butting heads louder than usual these days. The presidential election has polarized “right” vs. “left” more clearly than the usual pander-fest for the middle. Democrats will nominate the statistically most liberal senator to run against George W. Bush. Bush is being pulled right by his conservative base. We have, in short, a rich chance to see American politics align with less reservation than usual into “right” and “left” camps.
 
     
     
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