Just ask New Haven, the home of Yale.
This country has never had an effective public policy toward mental illness. In Chicago, things seem to be getting even worse.
The new industry-backed regulations are likely to attract lawsuits from state and local government groups that worry they will cost them revenue, make it easier for internet providers to sue them and do little to address the digital divide.
There's a small but growing movement among prosecutors to automatically reduce sentences and expunge criminal records from before the drug was legal.