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The Evolving Federal Response to State Marijuana Reforms
(Widener Law Review, 2020)
The states have launched a revolution in marijuana policy, creating a wide gap between state and federal marijuana law. While nearly every state has legalized marijuana in at least some circumstances, federal law continues ...
We Need a Cole Memorandum for Magic Mushrooms
(University of Illinois Law Review Online, 2021)
In fall 2020, as the nation elected Joe Biden to be our Forty-Sixth President, Oregon voters also passed a noteworthy new drug law reform. Known as Measure 109, Oregon's path-breaking law legalizes the use of psilocybin, ...
Interstate Commerce in Cannabis
(Boston University Law Review, 2021)
A growing number of states have authorized firms to produce and sell cannabis within their borders, but not across state lines. Moreover, many of these legalization states have barred nonresidents from owning local cannabis ...
POTUS and Pot: Why the President Could Not Legalize Marijuana Through Executive Action
(University of Cincinnati Law Review, 2021)
Could the President legalize marijuana, without waiting for Congress to act? The 2020 Presidential Election showed that this question is far from hypothetical. Seeking to capitalize on frustration with the slow pace of ...