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Pro-pot event attracts diverse group to Wausau library

12:09 AM, Jun. 8, 2014
Rich Martin of Neenah spoke in favor of legalizing hemp growing in Wisconsin as part of a National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws event, held Saturday at the Marathon County Public Library.
Rich Martin of Neenah spoke in favor of legalizing hemp growing in Wisconsin as part of a National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws event, held Saturday at the Marathon County Public Library.
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If you have a stereotype in mind about people who want to change marijuana prohibition laws, the meeting held Saturday afternoon at the Marathon County Public Library likely would have broken it.

The Northern Wisconsin chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws held its Talking Hemp and Cannabis Tour event there, a two-hour event that was part political action movement, part economic development sales pitch and an all-out rebuke of the political and legal system that has declared the so-called war on drugs.

"Prohibition is not stopping anything," said Rich ...

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