Coalition Response to DOJ Enforcement Priorities for Marijuana

This was presented at the Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America’s 2014 Mid-Year Training Institute in Orlando, FL on July 20-14, 2014.

It is a tool to help community coalitions understand the current landscape–nationally and in each of the 50 states–related to marijuana initiatives and legislation. It contains information regarding federal and state initiatives and legislation regarding marijuana, as well as specific steps Drug Free Communities Grantee (DFC) coalitions can take to decrease the consequences associated with the increased access, availability, and changing social norms that “medical” marijuana and legalization bring with it.

This was presented at the Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America’s 2014 Mid-Year Training Institute in Orlando, FL on July 20-14, 2014.

It is a tool to help community coalitions understand the current landscape–nationally and in each of the 50 states–related to marijuana initiatives and legislation. It contains information regarding federal and state initiatives and legislation regarding marijuana, as well as specific steps Drug Free Communities Grantee (DFC) coalitions can take to decrease the consequences associated with the increased access, availability, and changing social norms that “medical” marijuana and legalization bring with it.