Alex Kreit

Thomas Jefferson School of Law

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Associate professor at the Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego, California, specializing in controlled substance law

Alex Kreit on KCRW

These seem to be booming days for the marijuana industry, as more states move to decriminalize it.

“Ganjapreneurs” and the Case to Reclassify Pot

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President Obama recently asked the following question on ABC New: "How do you reconcile a federal law that still says marijuana is a federal offense and state laws that it's legal?"

Medical Marijuana and Legal Confusion

President Obama recently asked the following question on ABC New: "How do you reconcile a federal law that still says marijuana is a federal offense and state laws that it's legal?"

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