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By Roberts, Chris SF Weekly, 28 Jan 2016 – “They didn’t even call me,” says Dennis Peron, perched on one of the fold-up chairs arranged around his Castro District kitchen table on a recent evening. “Why not even call?” “They” are the people who are continuing Peron’s work, his life’s mission: to make marijuana legal. At 70, his hair white and his speech still rapid but softened by a stroke, Peron has been at it for almost 40 years – ever since he arrived in San Francisco fresh from Vietnam, his Air Force duffel bag stuffed with southeast Asian ganja. And his body bears the scars.

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