Jeremiah Mosteller, an attorney, is a policy director at Americans for Prosperity, where he supports the organization’s efforts to advance policies that expand freedom and opportunity in 36 states and Congress. Mosteller leads a team of policy experts who focus on policies that advance public safety, border security, free speech, and national security. Before joining AFP, he served on the criminal justice teams at the Due Process Institute, the Charles Koch Institute, and Prison Fellowship. Mosteller is a graduate of Liberty University School of Law, where he also earned his MBA.
Mosteller is currently working alongside other Badger Institute staff and policy experts on its “real facts” policy brief series exploring the impact of marijuana legalization in other states. He was selected to be a part of this research project – alongside others who share diverse views on the policy – because of his expertise in public safety policy and his work with conservatives across the country to shape state and federal marijuana policies that respect conservative principles like low taxes, free markets, competition, federalism, and the rule of law. He previously authored a project for the Badger Institute on court backlogs in Wisconsin and the underfunding of prosecutors and public defenders.
- Policy Brief: Legalizing cannabis likely means more disordered, harmful use, other states show
- Policy Brief: Marijuana legalization’s workforce impact looks positive
- Policy Brief: What research shows about marijuana legalization and rates of use
- Policy Brief: Marijuana legalization and the impact on public safety