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Letter: Medicinal Cannabis

Dave Rosenbaum writes:
While reading the LRC article on the recent approval of medicinal cannabis, an old story that I heard many years ago at the Fairplay Store rushed to mind. Seems that one of the folks in the southern part of Adair was operating a moonshine still sat the time. A gentleman who was well-known for his fondness of spirits said that he went by the still and purchased a gallon of whiskey," just to keep around the house in case of sickness". He continued, "Don't you know that I never drawed a well breath til that whole gallon was gone".

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