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RE-LEGALIZE COCAINE BUTTONS BIG HIT AT DARE CLASS

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Billy Edwards wowed his classmates at Fairfield Union Middle School when he brought a county-party sized bag of Re-Legalize Cocaine, Re-Legalize Heroin, and other anti-drug war buttons to his seventh grade home room’s DARE presentation. By the time the police officer showed up to invite students to anonymously rat out their parents, the entire class was wearing them, making sure he would know exactly how easy an audience he was going to be talking to.