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By Tammy Bruce
Team Obama's bizarre behavior helps Gitmo terrorists foil justice
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."
Although not all states require interest groups to disclose non-monetary items, Ms. Perl said, it would be in the groups' best interests to file reports to keep voters informed.
"You might as well have it all disclosed and open to the public, because there is no danger of bumping up against a contribution limit," she said.