Letter: Legalizing pot would minimize efforts of many

Posted 4/5/21

To the editor:

We have so many people in this community that work tirelessly to teach our youth about the harmful effects of drugs. They include teachers, guidance counselors, police officers, …

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Letter: Legalizing pot would minimize efforts of many

Posted

To the editor:

We have so many people in this community that work tirelessly to teach our youth about the harmful effects of drugs. They include teachers, guidance counselors, police officers, firefighters, and volunteers. 

I am extremely concerned on how their efforts will be impacted should marijuana be legalized. 

John Wojichowski

8 Eyler Drive 

Portsmouth

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