Compassion can be found just about anywhere.
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"The reality is that young people today have easier access to marijuana than to alcohol and tobacco. That should be the core of the conversation right now."
"We know that people get addicted to gambling and we don't say there should be no gambling. We know that people get addicted to alcohol and we don't say there should be no alcohol. As long as there is very strict regulation, I don't see why the same argument shouldn't apply to hard drugs."