A Washington, D.C., lobbying organization that played a major role in Vermont's becoming the ninth state to adopt a medical marijuana law appears to be on a record-setting spending spree, reports the Rutland Herald. The Medical Marijuana Policy Project said it spent nearly $218,000 during the first half of 2004. That approaches the highest known complete-year spending total in Vermont lobbying history. Lobbyists for the Policy Project were constant visitors to the Vermont State . . .
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