Tamar Todd

Drug Policy Alliance

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National Legal Director at the Drug Policy Alliance

Tamar Todd on KCRW

Five years ago, only 45% of California voters approved the recreational use of marijuana, but recent polls have produced a consensus that it's inevitable --  perhaps as soon as next…

Marijuana: Big Business that's about to Get Bigger

Five years ago, only 45% of California voters approved the recreational use of marijuana, but recent polls have produced a consensus that it's inevitable -- perhaps as soon as next…

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