DPA Files California Marijuana Legalization Initiative, But… [FEATURE]

A California marijuana legalization initiative backed by the Drug Policy Alliance (DPA) was filed Wednesday with the state attorney general's office. But the national drug reform group said it has not yet decided whether to campaign to get it on the November 2014 ballot.

The Control, Regulate, and Tax Marijuana Act would legalize up to an ounce and four plants for people 21 and over and create a statewide system of regulated marijuana commerce. It would also impose a 25% tax on retail sales.

A year ago, in the wake of the legalization victories in Colorado and Washington, major players in the California marijuana reform movement, including California NORML, the Coalition for Cannabis Policy Reform, the ACLU of California, the Drug Policy Alliance, the Marijuana Policy Project, and late drug policy reform funder Peter Lewis's representative, Graham Boyd, met in San Francisco and came to a tentative agreement that they would work together toward putting an initiative on the ballot in 2016.

Reluctant to risk another defeat at the ballot box like Proposition 19 in 2010, the movement heavyweights jointly decided to let other states take the lead in 2014 rather than act precipitously and potentially see the reform movement suffer a major blow with another defeat in the nation's most populous state.

But momentum in favor of marijuana legalization was growing quickly, as evidenced by a September Gallup poll's 58% in favor of legalization nationally and polls out of red states like Indiana, Louisiana, and Texas showing majority support. That was also the case in California, with a September Public Policy Institute of California poll showing 60% of registered voters favoring legalization and an October Tulchin poll that had support for legalization at 65% among likely voters.

Those numbers prompted some key players to reconsider, especially given that two other marijuana legalization initiatives -- not vetted by the heavyweights -- are already floating around. The first, the California Cannabis Hemp Initiative of 2014, the perennial effort by acolytes of the late Jack Herer, is in the signature gathering phase, but shows little sign of having the financial wherewithal to actually gather enough signatures to make the ballot. The second, the Marijuana Control, Legalization, and Regulation Act of 2014, described by its proponents as "the world's first open source initiative," is pending approval at the attorney general's office after its proponents handed in its second amended version Friday.

Now DPA has stepped in with its own 2014 initiative. "The Drug Policy Alliance is the primary force behind this and primary drafter of this initiative," said Steve Gutwillig, DPA's deputy director of programs. "We wanted to make sure that a responsible and well-drafted initiative would be available in 2014 should a full-fledged campaign become possible. Filing this initiative is making sure that there is a viable initiative vehicle if we go forward in 2014. We think it reflects what the voters will support."

Gutwillig emphasized that no decision to move forward had been made, but that one would be forthcoming early next year.

The clock is ticking. The deadline for gathering signatures for November 2014 is April, and given that state officials have up to 60 days to return a ballot summary and let signature gathering commence, that means the window for signature gathering could be as short as three months. With more than 500,000 valid signatures needed to make the ballot, that would be a daunting and very expensive prospect.

It may still be better to wait for 2016, said Dale Gieringer, the longtime head of California NORML.

"I don't see that this does much for patients or consumers," he said. "The fact that we have three initiatives proposed for 2014 shows a relative lack of unity and a lack of adequate consultation among the various groups. And it's really late in the day."

Gieringer pointed to language leaving the state's medical marijuana system intact as one issue. "We would have two systems, one with a special tax, one without," he noted. "Guess which one most people would patronize. The legislature might respond by getting rid of collectives or dispensaries. Medical marijuana regulation is the elephant in the room, and these are complicated issues that will require consultation by a lot of interest groups."

He also counseled patience.

"People started panicking when those strong poll numbers came out in the fall and started thinking 'Gee, this is really feasible,'" Gieringer said. "But it was so late in the day that people couldn't really get together and plan and vet to come up with a well-conceived plan. This is a stab in the dark, especially until we see how Colorado and Washington play out, especially the tax and regulate part. How is this going to work in the marketplace? Will people patronize highly taxed marijuana shops or not?"

The DPA effort may not be the perfect marijuana legalization initiative -- that elusive creature has yet to be spotted -- but it is out there now, at least as a place holder. The other two initiatives appear unlikely to actually make the ballot, so the decisions made early next year by DPA and its allies are likely to determine if California votes on marijuana legalization next year or not.

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Pandering to Prohibitionists

The initiative is an improvement over Proposition 19; at least it would not consign young adults to prison for handing a joint to a seventeen-year-old.  That said, what was the DPA thinking in writing a legalization initiative that would make it illegal to consume cannabis, even on private property, if anyone could observe the process from a public place?  There is not a large body of voters who favor legalization only if a pretense is made that they will not ever have to see anyone using cannabis, so no useful purpose is served by putting in such reactionary provisions.  Even the incompetent Denver City Council just reversed itself on the subject of making consumption on private property a crime, but Ethan apparently drew the wrong conclusion.  Among the several provisions in the proposal seeking to curry favor among prohibitionists who will not vote for it anyway, there is a reference to driving under the influence of cannabis, which stands out because it defers to whatever statute the Legislature may pass -- our successful defeat of per se limits for THC in drivers' blood in Colorado apparently did make an impression on the drafters.  Finally, the plethora of purposes and findings in the initiative have no legal effect; in Colorado, the State hierarchy took full advantage of that fact and completely ignored the declaration of the People in our Constitution that cannabis should be taxed and regulated like alcohol -- to the contrary, we are taxing cannabis many times the rate at which alcohol is taxed, despite the fact that it is much safer; worse, the General Assembly and Governor Hack just reinstituted the galaxy of felony statutes against cannabis we had against cannabis before passage of Amendment 64, and people transacting cannabis outside the overtaxed dispensary-system (i.e. largely the poor and people of color) are and will still be subject to being arrested and convicted for those felonies.  Instead of larding the initiative with all that extra-legal verbiage which appeals to no one, succinctly offer the People of California the opportunity to dismantle Prohibition, and I believe that they will take it.

“That said, what was

“That said, what was the DPA thinking in writing a legalization initiative that would make it illegal to consume cannabis, even on private property, if anyone could observe the process from a public place?”

§ 27090. Protections.

It shall be lawful and not a violation of California law for an adult:
(a) To smoke or ingest cannabis in one’s home or on any privately owned property in a manner that does not endanger others or violate this division;


Section 11362.2. Personal Use of Marijuana.

(b) Nothing in this section shall be construed or interpreted to permit:
(1) Marijuana to be smoked or ingested in any public place.


Maybe I’m missing something, but nowhere do I see behavior on private property being counted as within the public place.

Robert, you said

Robert, you said “consume.” The growing of plants must be out of public view, but the actual smoking a joint or whatever is not governed by public view on private property, insofar as I can tell.

I stand corrected as to that

I stand corrected as to that point.  My other criticisms stand.

The Offer to End Prohibition in California Is Already Being Made

The "Jack Herer" initiative, California Cannabis Hemp 2014, is already in circulation for signature, and the voters like it; they are happy to sign the petition sections!  Anyone who wants a petition section to sign can e-mail me at letitiapepper@yahoo.com.

People are tired of being taxed, controlled and regulated.  This is a plant, not  a drug.  People should be able to grow this plant like the herb it is, and use it in whatever way they like, just like people can grow and use grapevines without being taxed, controlled and regulated.  Like a grapevine, cannabis produces leafs that people can use as food, with no psychoactive effects.  Like a grapevine produces fruit that can be turned into an intoxicant (people can legally, with no license, fees or taxes, make 250 gallons of wine a year for personal use), cannabis produces flowers that can be used as a euphoriant  Like grapes and wine, cannabis contains anti-oxidants and flavenoids and terpenes that are good for people's health.  Like a grapevine, it also produces food, but in the form of edible seeds, not fruit

     But cannabis is better than wine and grapes at reducing the risks of cancer; in the presence of whole, herbal cannabis compounds, cells that are becoming cancerous commit autophagy.  www.jci.org/articles/view/37948  I know from personal family history that regular use of cannabis -- "recreational smoking" -- is a preventative of radiation-induced cancer.   Of three of my aunts and uncles who were all exposed to radioactive dust at the same time and in the same place after WW II, one of them lived 20 years longer than the other two.  That was the one who smoked marijuana "recreationally" for more than 20 years.  With Fukushima's radiation reaching the US, we need broad public access to cannabis, not access that is limited by prices that are increased by the costs of taxation, regulation and control.

      People used to have access to cannabis with no government intervention, no taxes, no licensing.  What's really going on with efforts to "legalize marijuana" is that the 1 percent are trying to control all plants, all seeds, and thereby all medicine and all food, and thereby all people.  Wake up, folks!  The 1 percent, people like George Soros and companies like Monsanto, are who are funding the DPA and groups like NORML to urge us all to vote against our own self-interests.  To read the back-story on how the 1 percent wanted Prop. 19 to pass, for THEIR benefit, not ours, read the story at www.community.kpfz.org/node/17.  And then do you part to support the Jack Herer initiative with a donation of time and money at this website:  www.CCHI2014.org. 

   

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Uh, I'm pretty sure Monsanto

Uh, I'm pretty sure Monsanto is not one of the funders of this initiative.

A multimillionaire w/ a few mil to play with could settle this

Doesn't one of them want to go down in history for driving a dagger into prohibition? Build the best consensus you can among the various reformers, and then throw the power of reason and of money against the control freaks.The attempt Bill Lee led in 2010 came within 7 points in CA, and it was not well funded after the signature gathering phase, and public opinion has apparently moved enough since then to more than make up that gap.

One usually not discussed reason I see to try to move quickly on this is that people who have used weed since the 60's are starting to die in larger numbers every year, and it would mean a lot to some of them to see this part of their life vindicated before they die. 

Sorry, that should be Richard Lee

 Is there another Richard Lee out there? We could sure use one right about now.

marijuana

4 plants? The patient who gets his marijuana from the Federal Government receives  300 cigarettes a month.  10 marijuana cigarettes a day he smokes.  So these efforts to put marijuana in a legal form seen to be just the opposite with the expressed limits on growing and smoking.  If the Government wants to limit the number of plants a person can grow, then they need to start handing out seeds like skunk and giant purple.  Indica is the dope, Sativa is the rope.  Four big ass giant purple plants could  possibly supply enought parthenocarpic bud to make it from one growing season to the next.  Maybe!

Maybe not.  You bring up a

Maybe not.  You bring up a rather more significant point than I raised (though I think a comparison with Amendment 64 edifying).

The initiative limits people to having four plants because Proposition 19 provided for (among many other provisions) having six plants, and it lost -- this does not reflect the operation of logic.  It makes about no sense to suppose that any significant number of voters who disapprove of six plants will vote for four, and I find it more than plausible that at least some people who use cannabis will balk at approving severe limits to which they themselves would not abide.  The DPA's initiative simply is defective, and many of us could come up with better on the spur of the moment -- no wonder they don't want to commit themselves!

DPA

DPA lends credence to Prohibitionists when they treat it like kryptonite. I can buy 10,000 bottles of booze, but God forbid I should possess more than an ounce of herb. MPP does a better job with initiatives. To be fair, DPA is no doubt basing their asinine provisions on polling. But this is typical of DPA in that they see a major reform imminent, so naturally they have to rush in and set themselves up to claim credit and fundraise around it. I wouldn't mind the shameless opportunism so much if they weren't so disrespectful of the grassroots activists who make it happen. Denis Peron laid the groundwork for Prop 215 and full legalization. NOT Ethan Nadelmann.

marijuana optics

REVOLUTION .

A soldier once told me he rather have his kids smoke pot. that alcohol the worse drug in the world looking forward too Cannabis being legal 2016. be legal down here in DC soon.

It's Time

We give a billion dollars globally to criminals and terrorists every day.

It would make a big difference if California were to legalize next year.

The support is there and only growing.

Go for it.

This just in!

The latest Harvard University study, published Dec 4th, 2013 in the journal Schizophrenia Research, adds support to the role of genetic factors in schizophrenia, and states that marijuana use alone does not increase the risk of developing the disorder. The latest findings provide enough evidence for Dr. DeLisi and her team to conclude that "Cannabis is unlikely to be the cause of this illness.”

Source: PII: S0920-9964(13)00610-5 doi:10.1016/j.schres.2013.11.014 Published by Elsevier Inc.

I can only hope that these

I can only hope that these early legalization efforts, when passed, will soon morph into something more rational that's based on the reality that pot, no matter how potent, is much less harmful than alcohol or tobacco to users and society. The restrictions on home growing and the absurdly high taxes still reflect a rejection of this basic truth. 

These Limits Are No Accident and They Won't Go Away Once Adopted

These silly limits also reflect a desire to put control of the economic value of this plant into the hands of a few at the expense of the many.  If you wait for such a  situation to improve, once the few have that control, you'll be waiting forever.  If you want a better result, NOW is the time to collect signatures for the Jack Herer initiative, which creates a legal presumption that 99 or fewer plants, and 12 pounds of flowers or less, is for personal use, which is DECRIMINALIZED.  Volunteer at www.CCHI2104.org or e-mail me at letitiapepper@yahoo.com and send me a snail mail address to which i can send you a petition section.

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Letitia, there's no agenda of

Letitia, there's no agenda of putting "control of the economic value of this plant into the hands of a few" -- and how in the world would you know that if there were? People are trying to field an initiative that voters will pass rather than reject. CCHI drew 56% support in a poll released today, which is great. But that's not a strong enough number at this early stage to be confident that it will hold above 50% by the next election day, though it is strong enough to raise the question.

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If it ain't broke don't fix it!

215 prevents the state from busting people without limits or conditions. NO state initiative can over ride the Feds who have been determined grand rulers of all cannabis commerce. So this statewide Incremental Retardation makes no sense especially since you all know cannabis prohibition started on Nixon rejecting science. Predicting what the voters may or may not do, to back only winners for less than we have now, is illogical. The CUA doesn't require proof of medical conditions and reformers should be educating these backward towns instead of waiting for tinkle-down from the "heavyweights". ID cards are voluntary and only used for dispensaries, who have nothing to do with 215. That are ruled under the jurisdiction of the IRS. That no state can stop with state initiatives. CA 215 is by the citizens and all of these tweaky politician mini laws are invalid. Except zoning laws and again, nothing to stop the Feds. Only a bogus citizens initiative can remove 215 and that is what this will do. The Compassionate Use Act is not a Medical Marijuana Act. Except for silly semantics it is a recreational alternative or alocohol substitute. Outside of selling it.  Prioritizing something lower on the bust list is not legal. But giving states power to bust people the Feds have no interest in is insanity. Stop tweaking 215 and these silly incrementally ill non real law/paychecks for lawyers and reformers. The only logical and sane avenue is to remove cannabis as a controlled substance.

Note. Compassionate Use Act not the MMJ Act

There are no heavyweights over the weight of the people. Apathy comes from empty promises and reform in this country has taken us from over turning the MTA, that never banned medicinal or hemp. To Nixon rejecting his own GOP Commission's findings. While the sheople grazed on hype of a two bit hotel burglary. Shafer was re-evaluating previous Commission findings still available, same as the IOM. Resulting in similar conclusions that cannabis is not by the laws of physics, capable of being a schedule#1 narcotic. It does not fit the criteria. Hemp is a trillion dollar joke, but that money has nothing to do with it? Private prisons need laws like this and typical of thinking busting citizens for limits not included in prop 215. Putting them in state prisons are more Constitutional and moral. more than Federal prisons. Cage is a cage and being caged for Ganja is just wrong. Stop this Gerry Browne nosing the prison industry as he did rejecting the release of non violent drug offenders and suggested a tax to build more prisons. Reform the reformers and I hear Ganja does wonders for Obesity for those heavyweights.

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Clearly money interests

It is clear to see from colorado that yes there are monied interests trying to monopolize this herb, and they want to lock it up in industrial warehouses at the expensive of massive energy consumption and huge carbon footprint. Don't be fooled by the man wearing a suit he most certainly is a hack for the 1% even IF he doesn't know it!!!

Too many restrictions!

Among the grotesque restrictions:
1. One ounce of marijuana per adult 21+ limit [H&S §11362.2(a)(1)]
2. 4 plant personal cultivation / home grow PER Residence/parcel, with none of the plants being publicly visible. [H&S §11362.2(a)(2)]
3. "Notwithstanding any other provision of law," public smoking of marijuana shall be treated as a $100 fine. This INCLUDES medical marijuana. [H&S §11362.2(d)]
4. Automatically imposes a 25% retail tax for adult sales. [RTC §34020]

You're taking us backward with MMJ rights, and are trying to put a purely commercialized version of MJ legalization on the ballot for California to once again reject.

Please fix this initiative!

Do the right thing

 As a fellow Californian, I say this: How many more of us must go to prison for possessing a plant that grows freely from the ground while you play politics? Do the right thing. Push this damned thing through. Colorado and Washington have opened a door for legalization. Don't be stupid.

Illogical

1 ounce? Four plants? I get more than an once per plant, dried. I'm 'allowed' by our slave masters to grow 6 plants and possess AT LEAST 8 ounces (technically, we're 'permitted' to have as much as we need, although we'd likely run into trouble with the jackboots if we were to exceed 8 ounces) for medicinal use. An ounce? Congratulations for a boneheaded move. It's guaranteed to fail.

You would be allowed to have

You would be allowed to have more than one ounce in your home which you had grown.

Section 11362.2. Personal Use of Marijuana.

(2) Possess, grow, or process four or fewer marijuana plants and the marijuana produced by the plants, provided that:
(A) The plants and any marijuana produced by the plants in
excess of one ounce are kept at the person’s home or other private residence, or upon the grounds of that home or private residence, and are secure from access by a person younger than twenty-one years of age, and are not visible by normal unaided vision from a public place;

Why 3 separate initiative

I'd like to here from these groups on why their efforts cannot be combined into 1 all encompassing initiative. Why do we have so much infighting in the legalization movement. Fragmentation will lead to all 3 failing. The DPA and others who are financing this latest initiative would do better to put their money behind the initiative that is already in the signature gathering stage. If their plan is to put something on the ballot in 2016, then maybe now they should throw some support to CCHI in 2014. It is the only initiative that addresses not only legalized recreational cannabis, but also medical cannabis and industrial hemp. California is losing businesses every day because of increased cost of doing business in California. A new industry (or two) would do wonders for Califonia's economy, creating jobs and giving consumers some relief from the high prices we pay for imported hemp products. 

I say the best thing for us to do is join together and win.

no confusion in our legalizing laws

i have heard too many people say that marijuana is totally legal in CO and WA.  nothing is furthur from the truth.  the laws are confusing at best, and do not really allow one to legally do much of anything.  people smoke and use marijuana.  to do so it must be grown, processed and distributed.  most do not understand the rules, and here in CA where we have had medical for almost 20 years, most people have no idea if what they are doing is legal, if the dispensary they shop at will get shut down, or if the police can chop their plants down even if they have 'under the limit'.  

a successful legalization effort will allow all adults to grow, share and consume cannabis.  the tax is irrelevant as much more money will be saved in less prosecutions than in taxing.  

maybe we should argue for a grace period in taxing- after all to go from illegal to taxing seems like the government doesn't care about right or wrong, but only about money.

how about we legalize because it is the right thing to do. we can grow any amount of marijuana we wish, and we treat it like farm income, taxable like farm income.  and apologize for taking so long to do so.  our children and the world will thank us.   

Vote for all three initiatives !

 

 

Did I miss the reason why we should have to pay an additional .25 cents in state tax? Let's see, add that to the current .09 cent sales tax and the additional .05 cent tax the City requires and that makes it .39 cents on the dollar.

What a bunch of crap!  So you are going sell all of our souls just to push this crap through? 

Vote for all three. Sign the petition and get all three on the ballot. Then let the real battle begin. 

Oh and Ethan, stop promising our hard earned dollars to the bloodsuckers. 

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Setting Nixon Lies Aside. Now Lets Make Policy on Cannabis. Doh!

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I'm the only person standing between Richard Nixon
and the White House."
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Nixon's 40 Year War On Drugs... Drugs Won!

Nixon Lie Keeps on Killing

Once-Secret Nixon Tapes Show Why the U.S. Outlawed Pot

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AMA Calls For Ending Nixon's Lie?

Richard Milhouse Nixon to Raymond P. Shafer"

Nixon Commission Report Advising Decriminalization of Marijuana Celebrates 40th Anniversary
 
"You can't depend on the man who made the mess to clean it up."
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Shafer Commission (US federal government, 1973) 

Drug Use in America: Problem in Perspective
National Commission on Marihuana and Drug Abuse.
Nixon, Marijuana, and the Shafer Commission

Nixon Commission Report

1972 US Marihuana: A Signal of Misunderstanding
US National Commission on Marihuana and Drug Abuse

Richard Nixon On Pot

"You know, it's a funny thing, every one of the bastards that are out for legalizing marijuana is Jewish. What the Christ is the matter with the Jews, Bob?

"You're enough of a pro," Nixon tells Shafer, "to know that for you to come out with something that would run counter to what the Congress feels and what the country feels, and what we're planning to do, would make your commission just look bad as hell."

- Richard Milhouse Nixon

"Marijuana does not lead to physical dependency, although some evidence indicates that the heavy, long-term users may develop a psychological dependence on the drug"
The Shafer Commission of 1970

Tricky Dick's guide to drinking and toking In newly released transcripts, Richard Nixon and Art Linkletter struggle to fathom the differences between demon rum and dope.
 
Outside View: Nixon Tapes Pot Shocker
One can imagine Nixon's surprise when rumors began circulating in early '71 that the "L-word" was on the table. He responded curtly at his next press conference: "Even if the Commission does recommend that it be legalized, I will not follow that recommendation.

Transcripts of the tape
Nixon's private comments about marijuana showed he was the epitome of misinformation and prejudice. He believed marijuana led to hard drugs, despite the evidence to the contrary. He saw marijuana as tied to "radical demonstrators." He believed that "the Jews," especially "Jewish psychiatrists" were behind advocacy for legalization, asking advisor Bob Haldeman, "What the Christ is the matter with the Jews, Bob?" He made a bizarre distinction between marijuana and alcohol, saying people use marijuana "to get high" while "a person drinks to have fun."

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Just What Was He Smoking? 

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Nixon Threads
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☮ Nixon's Treason
☮ Shafer Commission Report on Marijuana and Drugs
☮ When leaders act contrary to conscience

"Marijuana is one of the least toxic substances
in the whole pharmacopoeia"
~ Professor Lester Grinspoon,
Harvard Medical School, USA

Marijuana Legalization

Marijuana Legalization Nationwide, is an inevitable reality that's approaching much sooner than prohibitionists think and there is nothing they can do to stop it!

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Criminal JusticeAsset Forfeiture, Collateral Sanctions (College Aid, Drug Taxes, Housing, Welfare), Court Rulings, Drug Courts, Due Process, Felony Disenfranchisement, Incarceration, Policing (2011 Drug War Killings, 2012 Drug War Killings, 2013 Drug War Killings, 2014 Drug War Killings, Arrests, Eradication, Informants, Interdiction, Lowest Priority Policies, Police Corruption, Police Raids, Profiling, Search and Seizure, SWAT/Paramilitarization, Task Forces, Undercover Work), Probation or Parole, Prosecution, Reentry/Rehabilitation, Sentencing (Alternatives to Incarceration, Clemency and Pardon, Crack/Powder Cocaine Disparity, Death Penalty, Decriminalization, Defelonization, Drug Free Zones, Mandatory Minimums, Rockefeller Drug Laws, Sentencing Guidelines)CultureArt, Celebrities, Counter-Culture, Music, Poetry/Literature, Television, TheaterDrug UseParaphernalia, ViolenceIntersecting IssuesCollateral Sanctions (College Aid, Drug Taxes, Housing, Welfare), Violence, Border, Budgets/Taxes/Economics, Business, Civil Rights, Driving, Economics, Education (College Aid), Employment, Environment, Families, Free Speech, Gun Policy, Human Rights, Immigration, Militarization, Money Laundering, Pregnancy, Privacy (Search and Seizure, Drug Testing), Race, Religion, Science, Sports, Women's IssuesMarijuana PolicyGateway Theory, Hemp, Marijuana -- Personal Use, Marijuana Industry, Medical MarijuanaMedicineMedical Marijuana, Science of Drugs, Under-treatment of PainPublic HealthAddiction, Addiction Treatment (Science of Drugs), Drug Education, Drug Prevention, Drug-Related AIDS/HIV or Hepatitis C, Harm Reduction (Methadone & Other Opiate Maintenance, Needle Exchange, Overdose Prevention, Safe Injection Sites)Source and Transit CountriesAndean Drug War, Coca, Hashish, Mexican Drug War, Opium ProductionSpecific DrugsAlcohol, Ayahuasca, Cocaine (Crack Cocaine), Ecstasy, Heroin, Ibogaine, ketamine, Khat, Marijuana (Gateway Theory, Marijuana -- Personal Use, Medical Marijuana, Hashish), Methamphetamine, New Synthetic Drugs (Synthetic Cannabinoids, Synthetic Stimulants), Nicotine, Prescription Opiates (Fentanyl, Oxycontin), Psychedelics (LSD, Mescaline, Peyote, Salvia Divinorum)YouthGrade School, Post-Secondary School, Raves, Secondary School