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Dr. Dominic Corva: Founder, and Executive Director at the Center for the Study of Cannabis and Social Policy. 

Dr. Corva has a PhD in Political Economy of Drug Policy from the University of Washington. He has been on faculty at Sarah Lawrence and Humboldt University. He leads The Cannabis Alliance‘s legislative committee to vacate cannabis convictions. This episode is a continuation of the conversation we had in episode 55 with Dr. Ingrid Walker, the author of High.

 

The Rundown

7:00 Events that serve the industry and how it’s legal.

10:00 Pot-trepeneurs and what that means

18:00 Why are persons-of-color incarcerated for cannabis and white folks are the frequenters of the business? (we all know, but I had to ask)

20:00 Is the industry really making money hand-over-fist?

27:00 What are your thoughts on the implementation of marijuana laws in Washington state?

40:00 What is the percentage of the legal marker of cannabis? 

44:30 Medical versus recreational and how the disconnect happened

46:00 Which state does it the best and what does a more equitable regime look like?

50:00 The answers to tax questions with mostly more questions.

 

The Wind Down

  1. What should we read to go further?
  2. What is one thing we should listen to? 
  3. What is one thing everyone should watch?

 

Going Further

Episode 55: Ingrid Walker & US Drug Policy 

Against the Grain 

Project CBD 

 

Socials

@CorvaDr Twitter

@corvad IG  

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