Since he took office in 2003, he’s been working for a higher cigarette tax in the state. And since 2009, he’s been pushing (you’ll pardon the pun) a bill that would make it a crime to possess nicootine without a physician’s prescription.
Oy. So much for working towards the end of the drug war and the industrial prison complex.
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