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P.S. Here's a video of me speaking at the United Nations, talking about human rights, regulatory sytems for drugs instead of prohibition, and the UN's state of denial over the drug treaties vs. marijuana legalization:

And here is our writer, Phillip Smith, receiving the Brecher Award for Achievement in Journalism, at the 2013 International Drug Policy Reform Conference:

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