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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Peg Perl
In an American electoral first, a Colorado organization fighting new taxes on legal marijuana has filed a campaign finance disclosure report after a watchdog group complained that the group's decision to give away free joints at a political rally could be considered a "campaign contribution."
Colorado always has required campaign groups to disclose non-monetary contributions, and this case was different simply because of the nature of the contribution, Ms. Perl said.
"If someone donated a cheese platter at a fundraiser, we would be raising the same questions," she said.