Is Marijuana Legalization Inevitable In The US?

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Every ballot initiative involving the decriminalization or legalization of marijuana passed in the 2020 election. The Democratic-controlled House also passed the MORE Act in early December, which would legalize marijuana at the federal level and implement sweeping regulations surrounding the drug. These developments reveal something important about the shift in the marijuana debate: Marijuana may be one of the truly bipartisan issues in the U.S. right now.

0:00 – Introduction
2:23 – History of marijuana in the U.S.
6:37 – State vs federal law disconnect
11:26 – The future of legalization

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Is Marijuana Legalization Inevitable In The US?

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