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Debate Featured Veteran Drug Enforcement Administration agent Bob Stutman and Former Editor-In-Chief of High Times Magazine Steve Hager

Steve Hager, former editor-in-chief of High Times Magazine, will battle it out against veteran Drug Enforcement Agency special agent Bob Stutman on issues surrounding the legalization of marijuana. This interactive debate, driven entirely by student questions, gives its audience a one-of-a-kind opportunity to discuss a very relevant topic given two recent legalizations in two states.…

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Steve Hager, former editor-in-chief of High Times Magazine, will battle it out against veteran Drug Enforcement Agency special agent Bob Stutman on issues surrounding the legalization of marijuana. This interactive debate, driven entirely by student questions, gives its audience a one-of-a-kind opportunity to discuss a very relevant topic given two recent legalizations in two states.

Stutman, labeled as “the most famous narc in America” by New York Magazine, served 25 years as one the most high-profile drug busters in the world. He has appeared frequently on hundreds of TV shows including “Today” and “The Oprah Winfrey Show.” Hager is a former reporter for the New York Daily News and was editor of High Times Magazine for more than 16 years.

Today, he remains as the editor-at-large of High Times and writes monthly columns to the magazine titled “Counterculture Chronicles.”

Taking to the front lines of the drug wars, Bob Stutman made a 25-year career as one of America’s highest profile DEA agents. Credited with bringing “crack” to national attention, Mr. Stutman was responsible for changing the policy of the federal government regarding this drug.

As a result, William F. Buckley attributed him with “single-handedly changing the policy of the United States DEA. Mr. Stutman is the Special Consultant on Substance Abuse for the CBS News division, including the CBS Evening News and has appeared frequently on CNN ,the Today Show, Face the Nation and Oprah. He has been called “A True American Hero” by Dan Rather.

Through his work with the Stutman group, he designs and implements comprehensive and practical substance abuse prevention programs for communities and school systems across the nation.

Stutman understands that preaching does not change minds and instead he is blunt, honest and straightforward in a manner that young adults appreciate.

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The debate on the legalization of marijuana between veteran DEA agent Robert Stutman and Steven Hager, editor emeritus of High Times. This standing-room-only program has appeared at hundreds of colleges and universities across North America. The “Ultimate Odd Couple,” Stutman and Hager have unexpectedly become friends, offering students a model of how to disagree without being disagreeable and educating them about a complex topic.

When the Party is Over – The Sober Reality of Substance and Alcohol Use and Abuse
When the Party is Over was created to confront the epidemic of drug and alcohol abuse amongst students. In this powerful lecture, Bob Stutman explains what we’re up against and how we can empower and protect our students, our campuses and our workplace. This interactive session provides valuable information in a factual and passionate manner so that those who hear him will walk away saying “we have to deal with this issue now”. Bob believes that collectively, we can overcome what he considers to be the greatest health issue in our country today.

Bob Stutman talks in a practical manner about the problems of sharing drugs amongst friends or buying drugs on the street and the consequences of misidentification. Stutman’s intention is to educate students, faculty and the community about the dangers of substance abuse and to leave them with a plan to implement life-saving measures on campus.

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Every single day 300 college girls are sexually assaulted or abused on college campuses due to drug and alcohol abuse.

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