Heads vs. Feds: The Debate to Legalize Marijuana comes to UW-Oshkosh and UW-Fox Valley
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Steve Hager, longtime editor of High Times Magazine takes on hard-hitting DEA veteran Robert Stutman on the multitude of issues surrounding marijuana legalization. It provides a well-balanced forum for students and community on both sides of this embattled topic.
Robert M. Stutman – An “S.O.B. on the side of angels” (Boston Herald Magazine) and “one of our nation’s heroes” (according to Dan Rather) is Robert Stutman, formerly “the most famous narc in America” (so coined by New York Magazine).
Taking to the front lines of the drug wars, Bob Stutman made a 25-year career as one of America’s highest profile drug busters. Bob, as head of DEA’s largest office in the world, New York, became so visible; the Columbian Cartel had at one time targeted him for assassination.
Considered to be one of the nation’s top experts on drugs, Bob established The Stutman Group, a Management Consulting firm that designs and implements comprehensive and practical substance abuse prevention programs for communities, corporations and school systems across the nation.
In addition to leading The Stutman Group, Bob has been the Special Consultant on substance abuse for CBS News. In addition, he has appeared frequently on hundreds of TV shows including the Today Show & Oprah. He was recently featured in the PBS Frontline documentary entitled Drug Wars and the VH 1 special entitled The Drug Years. His best-selling autobiography, “Dead on Delivery” was published by Warner Books and was the basis for a television movie entitled Mob Justice. Bob’s extensive speaking tours have brought him before thousands of audiences in over 70 countries.
Steve Hager – Editor of High Times Magazine – has a Master’s of Science Degree in Journalism from the University of Illinois, and a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Theater. He is a former reporter for the New York Daily News and was editor of High Times Magazine for over 16 years. Hager has written four books: Hip Hop (St. Martins’ Press), the first history of rap music, break dancing and graffiti; Art After Midnight (St. Martin’s Press), a history of the East Village art scene of the 1980s; Adventures in the Counterculture (High Times Books), a collection of his High Times journalism. Appearing in the Spring of 2005, The Octopus Conspiracy (Trineday) contains everything in his previous three books, as well as Hager’s history of secret societies. “This is the real Da Vinci Code,” says Hager, “and it’s not about goddess worship, but an examination of some of the darkest forces that rule our planet.”
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