A seven-part blog series attracts a record number of readers.
Baker Institute fellows and guest writers considered whether the United States should legalize marijuana in a recent series of blogs that attracted thousands of readers and hundreds of comments. The series was the second installment of Viewpoints, a Baker Institute blog feature that offers an array of views on a single issue.
Contributors to the marijuana series included William Martin, director of the Baker Institute Drug Policy Program; Baker Institute nonresident drug fellow Gary Hale, a former Drug Enforcement Administration agent; and guest writer Kevin Sabet, a former senior drug policy adviser in the Obama administration.
View the video above to hear the authors expand on their Viewpoints entries.
Click through to the posts below to read all of the entries in the Baker Institute Viewpoints series “Should marijuana be legalized?”
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