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Marijuana's rising potency sparks debate

Marijuana plants grow under lights in a home raided by federal and local authorities in Southern New Hampshire. Recent reports say the potency of the drug has been rising. Marijuana plants grow under lights in a home raided by federal and local authorities in Southern New Hampshire. Recent reports say the potency of the drug has been rising. (New Hampshire State Police-file)
By Neil Munshi
Globe Correspondent / June 23, 2008

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It's a dangerous, highly addictive drug whose skyrocketing potency has only increased its stranglehold on our nation's youth. Or it's mostly harmless, a substance not much worse than caffeine - with medicinal value to boot. (Full article: 845 words)

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