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Would the United States be better off legalizing all recreational drugs? A panel of experts tackled that question in an Oxford-style debate.
Paul Butler is a criminal law scholar and professor at Georgetown University Law Center.
Nick Gillespie is editor-in-chief of Reason.com and ReasonTV, the online platforms of Reason, the libertarian magazine of "free minds and free markets."
Asa Hutchinson, former administrator of the Drug Enforcement Administration, is currently CEO of Hutchinson Group, a homeland security consulting firm, and practices law in northwestern Arkansas.
Theodore Dalrymple is a retired prison doctor and psychiatrist, who most recently practiced in a British inner city hospital and prison.
Source: NPR: Should We Legalize Drugs?
The future of energy
The world continues to face critical energy challenges. With political change happening in many parts of the world what can the world expect?
Marvin E. Odum, President of Shell Oil
Christine Todd Whitman, Governor of New Jersey, Adminstrator of EPA
Frederic Krupp, President of Environmental Defense Fund
Daniel Franklin, Executive Editor of The Economist
Source:C-SPAN: Energy Policy In 2013
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