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 For example, Report of the Indian Hemp Drugs Commission, 1894; The Panama Canal Zone Military Investigations, 1925; The Marihuana Problem in the City of New York (LaGuardia Committee Report), 1944; Marihuana: A Signal of Misunderstanding (Nixon-Shafer Report), 1972; An Analysis of Marijuana Policy (National Academy of Sciences), 1982; Cannabis, Our Position for a Canadian Public Policy (Report of the Senate Special Committee on Illegal Drugs), 2002, and others.
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 The states are Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Maryland, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Rhode Island, and Virginia.
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 See: Colbert I. King “How (and Why) Did Jonathan Magbie Die?,” Washington Post, October 30, 2004; Nick Wing “Homeless Man Dies In Jail After Being Locked Up For Marijuana Possession,” Huffington Post, March 17, 2016; Associated Press, “Life in prison for man who shot marijuana dealer in holdup;” Paige Gross, “College student guilty for her role in murder of marijuana dealer,” NJ.com, September 13, 2018; December 21, 2016; Jack Bouboushian, “Did Detroit Area Cops Send Transgender Teen to her Death?,” Alternet, February 20 2013.
 See: Shoshana Walter, “In secretive marijuana industry, whispers of abuse and trafficking,” Reveal News, September 8, 2018.