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Table of Contents NEW DIRECTIONS IN MARIJUANA POLICY Foreword Allen St. Pierre 1. Thinking Clearly about Marijuana Policy. Mitch Earleywine SECTION I: COSTS OF USE AND CONTROL 2. The Budgetary Implications of Marijuana Prohibition. Daniel Egan & Jeffrey A. Miron 3. Is Drug Testing in the Workplace Worth It? Sara Smucker Barnwell and Mitch Earleywine 4. Marijuana and Driving: Trends, Design Issues and Future Recommendations Anthony Liguori SECTION II: VIEWS FROM ABROAD 5. A Cautious Case for Cannabis Depenalisation Wayne Hall 6. Law, Culture, and Cannabis: Comparing Use Patterns in Amsterdam and San Francisco Craig Reinarman and Peter Cohen SECTION III: DEPICTIONS OF ADDICTIONS 7. Marijuana And The Media: Science, Propaganda and Sloppy Reporting in the U.S. News Media. Bruce Mirken 8. Disseminating Accurate and Balanced Marijuana Education: An Opportunity for the Policy Reform Movement. Roger A. Roffman and Anne Nicoll 9.Marijuana's Perceived Addictiveness: A Survey of Clinicians and Researchers. Robert Gore and Mitch Earleywine SECTION IV: ETHICAL AND RELIGIOUS PERSPECTIVES 10. Do Marijuana Offenders Deserve Punishment? Douglas Husak 11. Judaism and Marijuana Elliot N. Dorff 12. How in God's Name Do We Reform Our Marijuana Laws? Charles Thomas 13. Detailed Analyses of Religious Groups' Divergent Positions on Marijuana Charles Thomas SECTION V: WHAT ABOUT THE CHILDREN? 14. Marijuana Abuse Prevention Mary Ann Pentz . and Steve Sussman 15. Revisioning Youth Policy On Marijuana And Other Drug Use: Alternatives To Zero Tolerance Rodney Skager SECTION VI: SUPPORT FOR THE STATUS QUO 16. Mend, Don't End America's Laws On Marijuana: Surprise! Laws On Marijuana Actually Work Kevin Sabet SECTION VII: A CALL TO ACTION 17. Values and the Marijuana Debate Mitch Earleywine
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Marijuana -- Government policy.
Marijuana -- Social aspects.