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Reader touts petition to let liquor stores that stop selling booze peddle marijuana instead

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Comments continue to pile up on our posts about Project SAM, a Patrick Kennedy-led organization that opposes marijuana legalization. Among the latest finds a reader hyping a White House petition encouraging liquor stores to switch from booze to pot. At this writing, it's got nine signatures; look below to find a link and read the pitch.

jose257 writes:

We the People petition Obama to replace liquor stores with marijuana dispensaries.

http://wh.gov/PHy5

Any liquor store that stops selling alcohol gets an automatic license to sell marijuana.

For more memorable takes, visit our Comment of the Day archive.

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