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Gregoire to DEA: Make marijuana a legal drug Originally published November 30, 2011 at 6:30 PM | Page modified December 1, 2011 at 9:51 AM A decades-long effort by marijuana activists to allow cannabis to be prescribed and sold in pharmacies gained allies in governors' mansions for the first time Wednesday. Gov. Chris Gregoire, joined by Rhode Island Gov. Lincoln Chafee, petitioned the Drug Enforcement Administration to reclassify marijuana, recognize that it has therapeutic value and allow it be treated as a prescription drug. The petition, citing hundreds of peer-reviewed research articles, adds political heft and urgency for the federal government to resolve what Gregoire called "chaos and conflict" among 16 states with laws recognizing medicinal use of marijuana and a federal law that does not. "In the year 2011, why can't medical cannabis be prescribed by a physician and filled at the drugstore just like any other medication? Colorado Gov. "I have every expectation you'll see other governors join us," Gregoire said.

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[nytlabs] 603, 605, 612 Weekdays Northbound Lakewood Olympia bus transit Sound Printable VersionExpress Fares Printable VersionExpress Fares * These are estimated times. Arrival times may vary slightly depending on traffic conditions. * These are estimated times. Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush "Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush" (also titled "Mulberry Bush" or "This is the Way") is an English language nursery rhyme and singing game. It has a Roud Folk Song Index number of 7882. Lyrics[edit] The most common modern version of the rhyme is: Here we go round the mulberry bush, The mulberry bush, The mulberry bush. Here we go round the mulberry bush On a cold and frosty morning. Here we go round the mulberry bush, The mulberry bush, The mulberry bush. Origins and meaning[edit] Halliwell said subsequent verses included: 'This is the way we wash our clothes', 'This is the way we dry our clothes', 'This is the way we mend our shoes', 'This is the way the gentlemen walk' and 'This is the way the ladies walk'.[1] The song and associated game is traditional, and has parallels in Scandinavia and in the Netherlands (the bush is a juniper in Scandinavia). Local historian R. Game and song[edit] Recordings[edit] The Merry-Go-Round[edit] The verse is usually repeated for a second time. Notes[edit]