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legalizer

(ˈliːɡəˌlaɪzə) or

legaliser

n
a person in favour of the legalization of something, esp drugs
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Background characters (from left to right): That '60s Dude, the Sensitive Third-Wave Guy, the Legalizer, the Brewsader, the Kitchen Sinkette, the Obamaniac, the Campus Crusader for Mice, the Tree Sitter, the Geneva Believah
Elected officials and much of the media have been loath to discuss this phenomenon at the risk of being discredited as a "legalizer," but until a solution is found concerning this central issue, many of the societal problems concerning illicit drugs will continue to plague us.
When it comes to providing a regulatory framework for such procedures, the legalizer school can be expected to divide into two groups according to whether they support germline enhancement in addition to germline therapy Germline therapy can be defined as genetic elimination of undesirable traits.
If you argue with their numbers or want to change the paradigm from law enforcement to public health, they label you as a 'legalizer.'"
(Gray, too, is well known as an early, risk-taking legalizer.) Although he has largely flown under the radar of the national political media, Johnson has been making the rounds on cable news and talk radio for the last three years, improving his occasionally wooden stump speech, and running under a memorable campaign slogan: "Be Libertarian With Me Just This One Time." After years of turmoil and bitterness, the L.P.
Crack stands at the laundromat, heroin at the mini-mart, like that?" The legalizer is duly chastened: "Yeah, that doesn't sound so good, does it?"
One source familiar with the controversy says the view at the Drug Control Program is that "anyone who wants to make comparisons [between marijuana and licit drugs] is a legalizer."
In one early episode, Morris confounds the conventional wisdom by telling "a positive story about PCP," a drug about which even legalizers typically have nothing good to say.
"The old-school pot legalizers who are not really in this for the money, a lot of them are pretty stunned and not sure what to do this year."
According to Goode (1998), "the more high-profile views on the drug legalization issue may be crystallized out as follows: cultural conservatives, free trade libertarians, radical constructionists, progressive legalizers, and progressive prohibitionists" (p.
Finally, they show that excluding early legalizers from their sample does not change the estimated overall reduction in unwed childbearing.
Supporters of Amendment 64 had a big financial advantage in getting their message across (although not as big as the one enjoyed by legalizers in Washington, who outspent their opponents by 400 to 1).