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Published on Jan 14, 2013
Across the nation, people are beginning to reconsider our marijuana laws. In 2006, America set a new record by arresting over 800,000 individuals for marijuana offenses; 89% of these arrests were for simple possession only. Yet marijuana remains as available as ever through an unregulated illegal market. Enforcement of marijuana laws costs taxpayers billions of dollars each year - precious public safety resources that could be directed toward more important priorities and more effective policies.
"Marijuana: It's Time for a Conversation" invites viewers to consider whether these laws are working for us or against us.