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600 U.S. Churches Call for an End to the 'War on Drugs'

NBC News - A group of more than 600 churches has joined a small but growing movement within the religious community to call for an end to the war on drugs through legalization.

The New England Conference of The United Methodist Church, representing more than 600 congregations, voted last month to support efforts to address the nation's drug abuse problem through "means other than prohibition."  Read more.

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