The Washington Times - December 6, 2007, 07:09PM
Marijuana Policy Project

\ The group, which fights criminal penalties for marijuana possession, says its supporters have askedRudy Giuliani, Mitt Romney and John McCain, and all of them have said marijuana is “too dangerous” for medical use or not necessary.\

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\ At a press conference today in front of Mr. Giuliani’s New Hampshire campaign headquarters in Manchester, MPP offered $10,000 — the maximum contribution allowed from a political action committee — if any of the three candidates offered scientific evidence to back up their claims.\

\ MPP promised that any campaign that responds will have its claims “evaluated by an independent panel of medical experts.”\

\ — Stephen Dinan, national political reporter, The Washington Times