1 vote
Apr 8, 2015

Yes, absolutely. The tax benefits alone should be ample reason, but the fact that alcohol is linked as more of a gateway drug, and with more deaths and disastrous effects on individuals, families, and communities attributed to booze, it's infuriating that this isn't a long settled debate. Evidence also points to the enormous amount of money from alcohol lobbyist groups in DC that do not want that infringement on their recreational vice market share.

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