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Last November, the Obama-Biden transition team launched a website, www.change.gov, that included a section where visitors could vote on the foremost problems facing the country. Surprisingly perhaps, the issue causing the greatest concern to the American public was not the war in Iraq, but whether marijuana should be legalised.

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