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Topic - Edith Ajello
The lead House sponsor of legislation to regulate marijuana in Rhode Island said Wednesday that legalizing the drug would take it "out of the back alleys," but opponents said doing so would send the wrong message in a state with a high teen usage rate.
The lead sponsor, Rep. Edith Ajello, said legalizing the drug would bring it "out of the back alleys."
She also said the state would benefit from millions of dollars in projected new revenue.