If you’ve ever wondered about why some states have legalized marijuana and some haven’t, or why even though marijuana is legal in it’s still illegal to posses or use it, then today’s episode is for you.

McGeorge Professor of Law Mike Vitiello gives a brief history of the legalization of cannabis in today’s episode. It’s from a previous one of the Capital Center’s Executive Trainings – of which there a couple every year. This piece is the first of a few that we’ll be putting out in the next few weeks.

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