In Marijuana Policy, States Lead the Way

In Marijuana Policy, States Lead the Way

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This November’s election could be a decisive turning point in the struggle to end U.S. marijuana prohibition. It’s been a long time coming.

As recently as the 90s, every major political faction was squarely in favor of prohibition. Only drug-addled hippies and libertarians thought otherwise. With just a few honorable exceptions, every significant public intellectual supported prohibition too. We libertarians walked a lonely road, patiently pointing out prohibition’s high costs and doubtful benefits.

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