Significant Documents from the War on Marijuana Users

Significant Documents from the War on Marijuana Users
NORML “White Papers”:
Emerging Clinical Applications for Cannabis
Cannabis and Driving: A Scientifc and Rational Review
Cannabis Smoke and Cancer: Assessing the Risk
  Cannabis, Mental Health and Context

“Lost Taxes and Other Costs of Marijuana Laws” By Jon Gettman. Published in the Oct. 2007 issue of The Bulletin of Cannabis Reform.

“How America Lost the War on Drugs” By Ben Wallace-Wells. Published in the Nov. 2007 issue of Rolling Stone

“It’s Time to Legalize Drugs“, by Ethan Nadelmann.
From the Sept/Oct 2007 issue of Foreign PolicyBackup link.

“Budgetary Implications of Marijuana Prohibition in the United States” by Jeffrey Miron. Senior Lecturer on Economics, Harvard Univ. (Current position). Published June 2005.

“The Effect of Marijuana Decriminalization on the Budgets of Massachusetts Governments (with a Discussion of Decriminalization’s Effect on Marijuana Use)”. By Jeffrey Miron. Published November, 2003.

“The Budgetary Implications of Marijuana Legalization in Massachusetts” by Jeffrey Miron. Published August 2003.

“Marijuana and the Law” by Eric Schlosser. Published in The Atlantic Monthly, Sept. 1994.

“Economics of Cannabis Legalization, With a Detailed Analysis of the Benefits of Ending Cannabis Prohibition”. By Dale Gieringer, Vice Chair of NORML. (Current position.) Published June 1994.

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