Panelists talked about the public health effects of Colorado and Washington state's marijuana laws and lessons learned from alcohol and tobacco regulations. Health policy professors as well as economists and behavioral scientists talked about the restrictions on the use, sale, and advertising of marijuana, alcohol, and tobacco.
This research was conducted by the RAND Drug Policy Research Center.
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