The legalization of marijuana by Colorado and Washington State is a first for drug policy and represents the escalation of state-federal conflicts over hot-button issues. As public opinion becomes increasingly at odds with federal marijuana law, are there win-win solutions? Brookings scholars and other experts look for sustainable, sensible paths forward.
International Impacts of the U.S. Trend toward Legal Marijuana
October 17, 2014
On October 17, in collaboration with the Washington Office on Latin America, Governance Studies at Brookings hosted a forum to discuss the international repercussions of the United States’ changing approach towards marijuana.
October 16, 2014, Jonathan Rauch
October 15, 2014, Wells C. Bennett and John Walsh
September 11, 2014, Grace Wallack
August 26, 2014, Jonathan Rauch
August 25, 2014, Philip A. Wallach
August 20, 2014, John Hudak
July 31, 2014, Jonathan Rauch
July 31, 2014, John Hudak
July 8, 2014, Philip A. Wallach and John Hudak
June 10, 2014, Ashley Gabriele
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