Yesterday, the New York Times created quite a buzz by publishing an editorial titled "Repeal Prohibition, Again." Here's the argument they made:
"There are no perfect answers to people's legitimate concerns about marijuana use. But neither are there such answers about tobacco or alcohol, and we believe that on every level - health effects, the impact on society and law-and-order issues - the balance falls squarely on the side of national legalization."
When it comes to marijuana, are there lessons to be learned from our country's experience with repealing alcohol prohibition?
For more on that, we're joined by Amanda Reiman, the marijuana policy manager for the Drug Policy Alliance.