Issuu on Google+ April 18, 2012 Volume 63 | Issue 19 THE PACE PRESS SERVING PACE UNIVERSITY’S MANHATTAN CAMPUS SINCE 1948 2012 PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES AND THEIR STANCE ON A HIGHER EXPERIENCE “[It is an] entirely legitimate topic for debate...On drugs, I think that a lot of times, we have been so focused on arrests, incarceration, interdiction that we don’t spend as much time thinking about, How do we shrink demand?” President Barack Obama Democrat -January 2011 ( Pres. Obama has not addressed the topic of marijuana in his recent campaign. “I think Jefferson or George Washington would have rather strongly discouraged you from growing marijuana and their techniques with dealing with it would have been rather more violent than our current government.” Newt Gingrich Republican INSIDE FOLLOW US ONLINE ! -January 2012 ( New Hampshire Voter Event “We’ve got to not only continue our war on drugs from a police standpoint but also to market again to our young people about the perils of drugs.” - August 2011 ( New Hampshire Voter Event “This war on drugs has been a detriment to personal liberty and it’s been a real abuse of liberty, Our prisons are full with people who have used drugs who should be treated as patients — and they’re non-violent. Someday we’re gonna awake and find out that the prohibition we are following right now with drugs is no more successful, maybe a lot less successful, than the prohibition of alcohol was in the ’20s.” -January 2012 ( Comments Post-Iowa Caucus NEWS Synthetic marijuana sparks legalization debate PAGE 3 ARTS University Professor earns grant for innovative art PAGE 6 Tweet us @thepacepress Mitt Romney Republican Ron Paul Republican FEATURES The origin and myths behind 4/20 PAGE 11 “Like” The Pace Press


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