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The minute Tommy Chong was introduced to the packed house at the Toronto International Film Festival, the crowd rose to their feet in thunderous applause. Filmmaker Josh Gilbert’s 78-minute documentary, a/k/a Tommy Chong, details the absurd prosecution of the actor and...
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From Robert Sharpe, policy analyst for the nonprofit organization Common Sense for Drug Policy in Washington, D.C.: