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Three out of four Americans believe marijuana will one day be legal to buy and use anywhere in the U.S., according to a public opinion poll released Wednesday.Fifty-four percent of respondents to the Pew Research Center survey said marijuana should be legalized, compared to 42 percent who were opposed, the Washington-based pollsters reported."The fight against drug abuse is a generations-long struggle; it will not be won overnight," Michele Leonhart said as she appealed to the House of Representatives appropriations committee for a bigger DEA budget.She said marijuana-related emergency department visits had jumped by 48 percent between 2007 and 2011 – with marijuana only slightly trailing cocaine as the most-cited reason for emergency room visits.
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