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Senate majority leader practices politics of personal destruction
Topic - Benjamin Bronfman
District officials are being painstakingly careful in proceeding with the city's medical-marijuana program, even rejecting applicants for such seemingly simple mistakes as failing to sign and date letters of intent to grow or dispense the drug.
The fiance of rapper M.I.A. did not make it past the first cut in the District's long-awaited program to deliver medical marijuana to qualified patients.
Reached by phone earlier this week, he said he "could not talk right now" about his plans and did not return a later call.