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Dr. Carl Hart vs Dr. Drew debate: Is marijuana a gateway drug?

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Some substance abuse experts are afraid that Colorado’s new marijuana law will lead to a rise in addiction and I argue that is simply untrue because the vast majority of pot smokers never go on to use harder drugs. To call marijuana a gateway drug is illogical. I was invited on Anderson Cooper’s AC360 show to debate Dr. Drew on the subject. Watch this video if you care about decriminalization, addiction, drug hysteria, and drug education.

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