What are the implications of state marijuana “legalizations” on anti-drug treaties signed by the U.S. government?
That topic is explored in a new article written by Brian Blumenfeld, a young legal scholar. His article will be published in Pepperdine Law Review later this year. Mr. Blumenfeld relies on a number of sources. One is the controversy that arose before the Constitution was signed, when states passed laws violating the 1783 treaty with Britain that ended the Revolutionary War.
You can access a draft of the article here.