, Salem, MA


February 5, 2014

Letter: Marijuana's dangers outweigh its benefits


Probably worst of all, we can expect teens to be bombarded with promotional messages from a new marijuana industry seeking lifelong customers.

In light of currently skewed discourse on marijuana, these are difficult facts to digest in one fell swoop. We’ve been promised great things with legalization. However, we can expect to be let down.

Voters in other states should watch Colorado closely and engage in a deep conversation about where they want this country to go. Buyer beware.

Roger Salucco


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