After President Trump declared the opioid epidemic a national health emergency, the chair of Trump's opioid commission, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, was quick to link the crisis to marijuana. Despite evidence to the contrary, Christie argues marijuana is a "gateway drug," and efforts to legalize it should be stopped. But most experts agree the pharmaceutical industry―not pot―is largely to blame for the epidemic, and marijuana is harmless. What do you think?
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