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March 23, 2016

Lots of food for marijuana reform thought via Marijuana Law, Policy and Reform

The biggest news this week in the marijuana reform space was the "dog-not-barking" decision by the Supreme Court to deny the "motion for leave to file a bill of complaint" brought by Nebraska and Oklahoma against Colorado for its recreational reforms (basics here). But, as highlighted by students in my semester-long OSU Moritz College of Law seminar on marijuana laws and reform via readings assembled for in-class presentations, there are lots of other topics for marijuana reformers (and their opponents) to be concerned with these days.

Here is a round up of just some of the many interesting reform-related stories flagged recently over at Marijuana Law, Policy & Reform:

March 23, 2016 at 10:10 AM | Permalink

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