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A couple of media mentions…

The Illinois State University Daily Vidette has quoted me two days in a row now.

An article about M.A.S.H./S.S.D.P — the student group for which I am faculty advisor. (Formerly Mobilizing Activists and Students for Hemp, but transitioning into an SSDP chapter) An article about marijuana’s potential to help with Alzheimer’s.

More on the failure of the class of academic drug policy experts

I thought it would be a good idea to do a little follow-up on my earlier post today. As has been noted, I was pretty harsh about an article that was actually suggesting reducing the number of incarcerated drug offenders by 50%. Shouldn’t I be celebrating? Well certainly, that would be incredible. And if I […]

Incomplete, deficient, and ultimately, dishonest scholarship in academia

Via Mark Kleiman, comes this piece at Issues in Science and Technology Online: Reorienting U.S. DrugPolicy, by Jonathan P. Caulkins and Peter Reuter. The article is packed with useful and/or interesting research and conjecture as the authors conclude that “money can be saved and justice improved by simply cutting in half the number of people […]