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Posts Tagged ‘drug policy’
Policy waivers and Sec. 873 contractual agreements: how to use the states as laboratories for cannabis policy.
In which Schelling, Rawls, Kant, and Jesus of Nazareth gang up on John Stuart Mill.
The following photo was left for me at a dead drop during my trip this week to Bogota, Columbia, at the International Society for the Study of Drug Policy. The photographer was apparently spotted sitting at the very back of the lecture hall, trying and failing to take a sharp picture in automatic mode without […]
A few facts, and many unknowns, for Frum, Riggs, and Sullivan to chew on (or smoke).
Drug policy research is at best a modestly sized field. Nonetheless, its findings have significant potential to help societies develop more effective public policies regarding marijuana, heroin, cocaine, nicotine and other psychoactive drugs. I am therefore very glad to announce that an extension of the international drug policy research integration conducted for the book Drug […]
Most of the news in the new household survey on drug abuse is good: cocaine and meth use are down, meth initiations are way down. There’s an uptick in cannabis use, especially among young adults. So why is the official press release headlined “National Survey Shows a Rise in Illicit Drug Use”?