• Over time, Mason Tvert learned to drop controversial, attention-grabbing tactics.

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    In 2006, as he campaigned for a measure to legalize marijuana in Colorado, Mason Tvert once staged a news conference outside the Drug Enforcement Administration’s office in suburban Denver, flanked by several cases of beer and a wanted poster with John Hickenlooper’s face on it. He crashed a law-enforcement conference — and got booed by the cops. He challenged elected officials to a “drug duel.” He put up a billboard with a bikini-clad woman on it and the message, “Marijuana: No hangovers. No violence. No carbs!” … Today, Tvert wears a suit and a dress shirt.” John Ingold at the Denver Post


    Steve maintains Marijuana Monitor from Oakland, California. Having grown up in the East Bay and studied at UCLA, he's had ample exposure to contemporary marijuana culture and the policy debate surrounding the issue. He believes that now, more than ever, is the time for clear-headed discussion about pragmatics.

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