Marijuana Policy Project Interview
Federal criminalization of Marijuana in the United States began in 1937 and still holds ground today. Despite many states across America having voted to legalize the herb and with more than two-thirds of Americans supporting decriminalization, federal policies still create a layer of criminality over the sale and consumption of what some still consider to be a dangerous drug.
Marijuana Policy Project seeks to inform the public of the positive medical, recreational and economic benefits of legalized marijuana, while lobbying in support of legalization in the United States.
Find out how legalized sale and consumption of marijuana in certain states has improved overall health, reduced harms, and bolstered states’ economies.
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