Lynne Lyman

Drug Policy Alliance

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Lynne Lyman is California State Director of the Drug Policy Alliance, based in Los Angeles.

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One of the hottest measures on the ballot this November is  Proposition 64 , the one legalizing the recreational use of marijuana.

Prop 64: The legalization of recreational marijuana use

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Marijuana is now legal in Alaska and Washington D.C., but federal law says you can’t possess marijuana, grow it, or sell it.

Pot Sentencing

Marijuana is now legal in Alaska and Washington D.C., but federal law says you can’t possess marijuana, grow it, or sell it.

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LA Is Learning Tough on Crime Is Tough to Undo

Ever since election day, the phones have been busy at the LA County Public Defender’s Office.

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