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    I think this is an example of possible bias from living in the United States, but based on the headline in the way that it’s written I thought the story was going to say the exact opposite of what it says, which is rather jarring. I would consider prepending “Once strongly opposed,…” to the headline

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    The article from the beginning refers to ‘the law’ and you have to dig pretty deeply to work out if this is the law banning marijuana or the law legalising it. Can you make this clearer in the headline and throughout the article, please?

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    Lots of missing information. What does “supporting regulation” mean in the context? Is there some new proposed regulation or the original 2013 law, which is being supported, or would the polled support such regulation if it were introduced? What is the relationship with the current polling numbers to the past, since the opening paragraph indicates that there was public opposition originally.

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      Hey Paul, thanks for your comment. I’ve added some detail and made some of the language clearer. Hope this helps.

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