Mike Males

Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice

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Mike Males is a senior researcher for the Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice.

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Starting on January 1, recreational marijuana will be legal in California. Selling weed could produce an economic boom — but for whom?

Racial barriers to cashing in on the recreational pot business

Starting on January 1, recreational marijuana will be legal in California. Selling weed could produce an economic boom — but for whom?

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