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Yes, Virginia, people can realize they made a mistake. Even when they may have a great deal of emotional energy invested in that mistake.

Being rational isn't rocket science; it just requires a certain amount of effort and discipline -- starting with the willingness to change your position when the evidence shows that what you used to believe no longer makes sense.

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Nancy Gertner, who left the bench after 17 years, compares the damage caused by drug prohibition to the destruction of cities in World War II.
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Want to grow your own marijuana? Here is how to get started in Oregon 

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Starting Wednesday, anyone 21 and older can grow up to four cannabis plants in their backyard -- right alongside the vegetable garden. What you need to know to get started.
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KKK plans S.C. Statehouse rally, says Dylann Roof ‘was heading in the right direction’ http://ow.ly/30Jcql
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