- Marijuana: A case against legalization
- Why legalizing marijuana is a bad idea
- Marijuana won’t be legalized anytime soon
- Regulations work: Lessons from California’s experience with medical marijuana
- Legalization of marijuana: When, not if
- In a contest with alcohol and tobacco, marijuana wins
- Marijuana: A case for legalization
Friday, September 28, 2012
Roundup: Debating pot prohibition
The Houston Chronicle's Baker Institute Blog has recently published a series of pro and con posts on marijuana legalization that may interest Grits readers:
From Jacob Sullum at Reason, "The Marijuana Rebellion: State ballot initiatives aimed at legalizing pot pose new challenge to prohibition."
In Colorado, where a marijuana legalization initiative is on the ballot, the Denver Post recently published this pair of pro and con op eds: "Amendment 64: Should pot be legal in Colorado? No; Colorado can't put our kids at risk" and "Amendment 64: Should pot be legal in Colorado? Yes; End senseless marijuana prohibition"
And in Washington State, where another legalization initiative is on the ballot, the Seattle Times published an editorial titled, "Approve Initiative 502 — It’s time to legalize, regulate and tax marijuana."