The late 
Gatewood Galbraith, right, organized the local version of The Million Marijuana  March on May 1, 2004. The group promoted decriminalization of marijuana and its legalization for medicinal uses.
The late Gatewood Galbraith, right, organized the local version of The Million Marijuana March on May 1, 2004. The group promoted decriminalization of marijuana and its legalization for medicinal uses. Herald-Leader
The late Gatewood Galbraith, right, organized the local version of The Million Marijuana March on May 1, 2004. The group promoted decriminalization of marijuana and its legalization for medicinal uses. Herald-Leader

Kentucky voices | Former politician: Time to legalize marijuana

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