72% of Americans Say Enforcing Marijuana Laws Too Costly

William A. Galston: 72% of Americans now believe that government efforts to enforce marijuana laws cost more than they are worth. This consensus includes a majority of every population sub-group we examined. On May 29th, Governance Studies at Brookings and the Washington Office on Latin America hosted a public forum to discuss changing attitudes towards marijuana legalization. Brookings Senior Fellows William Galston and E.J. Dionne presented findings of a detailed study of evidence from opinion surveys, some of it newly available. More on this event: http://bit.ly/12GsV0F