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Appreciation for the help at Medical cannabis. The lede had been attacked, apparently, by someone very keen on getting the US government's perspective laid out in great detail. The lede often leans heavily toward US-perspective. I'm sure you don't need my warning. I find that getting global information is very difficult, in my filter bubble, so I have a difficult time remedying this. petrarchan47tc 06:27, 30 November 2013 (UTC)
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Viriditas, I am here to ask you a favor. As a long-time established user, I know that you know how to use an article talk page effectively, and that you know that accusing others (particularly others who are using sources correctly) of pushing a POV creates unnecessary personalization and a battleground on talk. You also know better than to edit war. I have started multiple discussions, including one for an interim compromise so that work can continue, and you have failed to respond on those sections, while several times making unfounded statements about other editors' motives. There is a good deal of work to be done in that suite of articles, and how long it takes to get it done will depend on how constructively the talk page is used. It would be most helpful if you would show your best work in there, avoid implications about other editors' motives, and avoid long posts to talk that don't directly address sources and article improvement. Looking forward to productive work, regards, SandyGeorgia (Talk) 05:26, 5 December 2013 (UTC)