In just two months Colorado collected over $6 million in tax revenue from the legal sale of marijuana. That's one of the arguments pro-pot Ohio groups are using to support two legalization measures that might appear on November ballots. But others fear an increase in drugged-driving and strained law enforcement on state borders. We'll talk about the economics and politics of legalization this hour.
Jeffrey Miron, Harvard University economist, and senior fellow at the Cato Institute
Lydia Bolander, spokesperson for Responsible Ohio
Jacob Wagner, vice president of Ohioans to End Prohibition