The News Courier in Athens, Alabama


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From left are school system grant writer Betsy Pitchford, Superintendent Dr. Tom Sisk and interim Director Vince Green in the Limestone County Career Technical Center’s health science department, which is among several slated to receive new equipment as part of a $369,599 grant. The school is also adding five new programs, with a new public safety pathway being funded by a $209,000 grant that also provided $86,000 for the existing IT program.


A recent national telephone survey found 75 percent of respondents believe the sale and use of pot will eventually be legal nationwide. Do you think marijuana should be legal in Alabama?

No, but I don’t think pot smokers should go to jail
Yes, but only for medical use
Yes, but only for personal adult use
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