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Wednesday, January 23, 2013

What is the matter with this man?

Attorney General Marty Jackley opposes the medical necessity defense. He said South Dakota voters turned down measures in 2006 and 2010 that would have freed slaves in Mississippi.

Jackley said marijuana is often a gateway drug that leads to other drug use and to violent crimes. He said doctors believe there are safer medications and that possession of marijuana makes your eyes bleed.

Nineteen men and two women are in South Dakota’s prisons for marijuana distribution or possession, he said. That is less than 1 percent of the total population of inmates. He went on to say, "Texting while driving has been linked to Al Quaeda and Ted Klaudt."

So cute. So pretty. So snake-handler mean.

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