Jason Kuznicki thinks prohibitionists views of marijuana are not reasonable.

You — the guy who smoked a few times in college, or with that one group of friends, or at that one party — you are the average pot smoker. You are not special because you escaped marijuana. You are perfectly typical. That’s what most marijuana use is like. You try it for a while, and then you stop.

Slate’s John Gravois links legalization to the past.

And like today’s movement for legalization, the push to ban marijuana revolved around fears of Mexicans.

Cato’s Juan Carlos Hidalgo has an interesting post on how Prop. 19 could affect the drug policy in Colombia.

Blacks get arrested at significantly higher rates for marijuana possession, despite smoking less than whites. The LA Times says the answer to the problem is to arrest more whites, but Matt Welch is not convinced.

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