The Libertarian party's vice presidential candidate, Judge Jim Gray, will speak to students and the public at C.M.U. Monday night.
The event takes place at 5:30 p.m. in the University Center Ballroom.
According to the C.M.U. Media Board, topics of discussion will include freedom of speech, marijuana reform, L.G.B.T. rights, economic issues and jobs.
The event is free and the public is welcomed to attend.
You can submit questions beforehand by visiting http://email@example.com or you can fill out a question slip at the door.
According to the C.M.U. Media Board, Judge Gray has been an outspoken advocate for reform of California and federal drug laws. He's the author of a 2001 book, 'Why our Drug Laws have Failed: A Judicial Indictment of War on Drugs', and was featured in the 2007 documentary, 'American Drug War: The Last White Hope'.
Gray has also authored 'The Art and Responsibilities of Judging in Today's Courts', and 'A Voter's Handbook: Effective Solutions to America's Problems'.
He was an Orange County Superior Judge from 1989-2009.
His running mate Gary Johnson is the Libertarian party's candidate for President. He's speaking to students at C.U. Monday.