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Up in Smoke: International Treaty Obligations and Marijuana Reform in the United States
American Business Law Journal ( IF 1.214 ) Pub Date : 2021-04-28 , DOI: 10.1111/ablj.12181
Kevin J. Fandl

As the number of U.S. states that seek to loosen restrictions on marijuana rapidly increases, a heated debate over state and federal regulation has ignited. But an important component of that debate has been largely absent—are these state efforts placing the United States in violation of its international treaty obligations? This article attempts to answer this question by tracing the history of marijuana regulation both in the United States and abroad and outlining the foundations for domestic legislation. It argues that the experiments happening among a number of states and countries to liberalize marijuana laws are bearing fruit and should be tied to a broader reform agenda of the same international narcotics treaties that the United States sought decades ago.

中文翻译:

冒烟:美国的国际条约义务和大麻改革

随着寻求放松对大麻的限制的美国各州的数量迅速增加,引发了有关州和联邦法规的激烈辩论。但是,这场辩论的一个重要组成部分基本上是缺席的?这些国家努力是否使美国违反了其国际条约义务?本文试图通过追溯美国和国外大麻管制的历史并概述国内立法的基础来回答这个问题。它认为,在许多州和国家之间进行的旨在使大麻法自由化的实验正在取得成果,应将其与美国数十年前所寻求的同一国际麻醉品条约的更广泛的改革议程联系起来。
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