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June 4, 2015

Rounding up recent posts of note from Marijuana Law, Policy and Reform

I am likely to be off-line from much of the rest of today because of the official start of an unofficial holiday weekend in my neighborhood.  So while I am spending some time watching the world's best players on well-manicured grass, readers interested in reform developments surrounding another type of grass might want to check out some recent posts of note from Marijuana Law, Policy and Reform. Here is an abridged listing of MLP&R posts that might be of special interest to sentencing fans: 

I have highlighted the last two items on this list because I continue to believe Ohio is going to be an especially exciting state to watch closely in the next few months. And I think the "Ohio Marijuana Policy Reform Symposium" taking place at The Ohio State Moritz College of Law a week from today is likely to advance in a thoughtful way the dynamic conversations about marijuana reform now taking place in the Buckeye State.

June 4, 2015 at 09:50 AM | Permalink

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