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Father and daughter produce prescription forms, also from the Netherlands.
"We shouldn't have to go to this extreme," says Harrington, waving the form.
The two say they supported Proposition 200 because they felt it took a "step in the right direction" by recognizing marijuana as medicine. But they are under no illusions about the hurdles marijuana faces in gaining wider acceptance.
"I never thought I'd see something like this on the ballot in my lifetime," says Mulcahy. "But I don't think the fight will be over until long after I'm gone."
Adds Harrington: "You know, the thing is, people try to make us sound like a bunch of junkies or something, and I try to tell them, 'Look, it's not the same thing--it's medicine.' I mean, how many heroin activists have you seen?