This November, Californians go to the polls to decide on the legalization of recreational pot. In a special program, Take Two's A Martinez explores what the Adult Use of Marijuana Act, known as Proposition 64, could mean for the state’s economy and public health, and aims to address concerns around cannabis, crime and criminality.
Lynne Lyman, co-author of the Adult Use of Marijuana Act
Ken Corney, president of the California Police Chiefs Association
Pastor Troy Vaughn, Inglewood Community Church
John Caulkins, drug policy researcher, Carnegie Mellon University
Andrew Freedman, director of marijuana co-ordination, Colorado
Plus Southern California Public Radio reporters, Rebecca Plevin and Jacob Margolis