METH: It Never Really Went Away
By Curtis Hill, Indiana's Attorney General
In 2004, I testified before members of Congress about the horrific effects of methamphetamine upon the American heartland. Back then, I was serving as prosecutor in Elkhart County, Indiana — and my community was an anomaly. Whereas much of Indiana’s meth came from makeshift...
Marijuana Legalization in the U.S.
MARIJUANA LEGALIZATION IN THE UNITED STATES:
A SOCIAL INJUSTICE
By: Kevin Sabet* & Will Jones**
State-Based Drug Use Survey Finds Marijuana Use Skyrocketing in “Legal” States
By Colton Grace
December 19, 2019
State-level data from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, the most authoritative study on drug use conducted by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA), finds that marijuana use in “legal” states among youth, young adults, and...
Vaping! The Real Health Issues…
Recent media reporting of health issues associated with vaping began to raise my suspicions regarding the real issue. Vaping or e-cigarettes came...
The Legalization of Marijuana in Colorado: The Impact
NNOAC Spring Magazine
Commentary: Vanda Felbab-Brown on Organized Crime, Illicit Drugs and Terrorism – What are the linkages?
During ECAD’s 25th Mayors Forum and the 6th World Forum Against Drugs in Gothenburg, more than 60 speakers discussed topics related to the production, trafficking, and consumption of illicit drugs before an audience of some 400 attendees. One of our prominent speakers, Dr. Vanda Felbab-Brown, Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution, presented her findings from international research on...
Marijuana legalization can’t fix mass incarceration
A Republican and Democrat pointed to marijuana prohibition to explain mass incarceration. They’re both wrong.
By German Lopez@email@example.com Updated Apr 17, 2018, 9:10am EDTSHARE
Over the past week, prominent political figures from both sides of the aisle...
David Murray: The False Arguments for Legal Marijuana
David W. Murray | May 20, 2019
Advocates for marijuana legalization, buoyed by success in several states, public polling numbers, and endorsement from nearly every major Democratic presidential candidate, have begun to indulge in a bit of triumphalism, sensing what they see as the inevitability of their cause.
Look closely at reports from states where pot has been legalized
On March 16, a press conference opposing legalizing marijuana was held in Wallingford, with remarks by...