"The revenues that are going to be raised most likely are going to get reinvested back in ensuring that we are protecting youth and the vulnerable, that we are enhancing both public health and safety, and we’ve got adequate prevention and harm reduction programs available as well," the Attorney General said Wednesday . . .
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