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.
Blog Post | 4/20 series
4/20 series: 12 key people to watch in marijuana policy
April 20, 2015, John Hudak
In the past few years, marijuana policy has emerged as a key issue in American politics. In this post, John Hudak lays out 12 people to watch in the future of marijuana policy.
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February 19, 2015, Harold Trinkunas
February 13, 2015, John Hudak and Grace Wallack
January 29, 2015, Jason Tama
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December 24, 2014, John Hudak
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