In the current campaign for Harris County district attorney, both incumbent D.A. Devon Anderson and challenger Kim Ogg have not only proposed to change the way marijuana use is handled by that office, but have also made the issue a centerpiece of their campaigns. Drug policy fellow Katharine Neill examines each candidate's proposed changes in a new Baker Institute Blog.
Click here to read Neill's full commentary, "Anderson vs. Ogg for D.A.: Both have new plans for marijuana, but which is better?"
Oct. 30, 2014, 4:21 p.m.