On October 17, in collaboration with the Washington Office on Latin America, Brookings hosted a forum to discuss the international repercussions of the United States’ changing approach towards marijuana.
California legalised medical marijuana in 1996, and in this November, Alaska, Oregon and the District of Columbia will decide whether they should follow the drug policies in Washington State and Colorado - to legalise recreational marijuana.
Open Society Foundations will host an exciting webinar on drug policy messaging, sharing public opinion research from marijuana reform campaigns in Uruguay, Washington and Colorado as well as the methods employed to win over new audiences.
Surveying patients with traumatic brain injuries, a group of researchers reported today that they found those who tested positive for THC were more likely to survive than those who tested negative for the illicit substance.
The two bills aim to legalize the growth of cannabis when its intended to be used for medicinal purposes together with the depenalisation of its use, not only for medicinal purposes but also for recreational ones.