Marijuana: The Economics and Politics of Legalization
In just two months Colorado collected over $6 million in tax revenue from the legal sale of marijuana. That's one of the arguments pro-pot Ohio groups are using to support two legalization measures that might appear on November ballots. But others fear an increase in drugged-driving and strained law enforcement on state borders. We'll talk about the economics and politics of legalization this hour.
- Jeffrey Miron, Harvard University economist, and senior fellow at the Cato Institute
- Lydia Bolander, spokesperson for Responsible Ohio
- Jacob Wagner, vice president of Ohioans to End Prohibition