UCLA News|Week: New thinking on U.S. drug policy
By Christelle Nahas August 10, 2011 Category: UCLA News|Week
This time on UCLA News|Week:
- Mark Kleiman, professor of public policy, suggests specific changes to U.S. drug policy that he argues would quickly lower drug use and drug-related crime. Kleiman discusses these and other changes in his latest book, Drugs and Drug Policy: What Everyone Needs to Know (co-authored with Jonathan Caulkins and Angela Hawken).
- A ground-breaking smart water-cleaning system to save UCLA tens of thousands of gallons of water a day.
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