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The D.C. Council voted unanimously this summer to allow medicinal marijuana in Washington. Voters in California will soon consider a ballot initiative that would legalize marijuana for all. But what happens after prohibitions are eased? We examine why one Dutch city with liberal laws is actually moving to curtail marijuana.
- Davion Ford Reporter, Radio Netherlands
- Peter Reuter Senior Economist, Rand Corporation; Professor of Public Policy and Criminology, University of Maryland
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