The United States broke boundaries in 2012 when two states, Washington and Colorado, became the first U.S. states to legalize recreational marijuana use.
The trend continued in 2014, when voters in Oregon, Alaska, and Washington, D.C. voted to approve recreational marijuana legalization.
But, in doing so, the U.S. did not just indicate a major shift in its own long-standing national policy – it violated international law.
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| Posted by Michael B. Cohen on Sun. November 23, 2014 8:56 PM
Categories: Conflict of Laws, Drugs and other contraband, United Nations