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On November 2, 2010, California voters will decide whether or not to legalize marijuana.
If passed, Proposition 19 would control marijuana like alcohol, allowing adults 21 years of age and over to possess up to an ounce of pot for personal consumption and grow marijuana at a private residence in a space of up to 25 square feet. The initiative would also allow local governments to tax and regulate the commercial cultivation, transport, and sale of marijuana.
In order to get a handle on the debate surrounding. Prop 19, we spoke to both supporters and opponents of the initiative.
So what do you think? Should Californians legalize marijuana?
Approximately 6 minutes. Produced by Paul Feine and Alex Manning.
In 1992, Jim Gray, a conservative judge in conservative Orange County, California, held a press conference during which he recommended that we rethink our drug laws. Back then, it took a great deal of courage to suggest that the war on drugs was a failed policy.
Reason.tv's Paul Feine interviewed Gray about drug policy and the prospects for reform. The interview was shot by Alex Manning and edited by Hawk Jensen.
Aug 13 2010
Recently retired Orange County Superior Court Judge James Gray talked about what he believes is the failure of current drug prohibition policies. He also talked about his experiences as a judge with drug offenses and his public advocacy in favor of lifting drug bans. He responded to questions from the audience.
October 20, 2010
Prop 19 Debate on CBS Los Angeles.
Dev 9, 2010
By William La Jeunesse
America's Third War: Tracking Cocaine, One Kilo at a Time.
It's Mexico's war, but Americans pay for it. Blame the violence, chaos, murder rate, corruption, instability and innocent lives taken - not on Mexico - but on America's drug habit, says Jim Gray, a former California Superior Court Judge and Los Angeles County prosecutor.
"That's our drug money that's doing it and we should be ashamed of ourselves because we're the ones that arrogantly look at Mexico and tell them, 'you should do more to resolve your drug problem,' and that's stupid," said Gray.
America's Third War- Tracking Cocaine, One Kilo at a Time
Desiree Rose interviews Judge James Gray of LEAP (Law Enforcement Against Prohibition). They discuss America's failed Drug Policy.
Government Admits Marijuana has Medicinal Benefits. Time to Reschedule?
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