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I’ll be on the road all day Friday on my way to D.C. for the conference. “bullet” Radley collects drug policy reform group reactions to Holder as Attorney General. “bullet” Bolivia’s Morales says U.S. DEA bugged his phone

Drug Czar makes sense

On his “blog”

Those who enjoy and care about our planet‰s natural resources should be troubled by the environmental consequences of the drug trade. The billions of dollars worth of illegal drugs produced here and abroad take a horrific toll on some of the most fragile and diverse eco-systems on the planet. Indeed, concerned young people and adults should think about the global impact of the drug trade the next time they and their peers discuss what they can do to sustain a healthy environment here in the U.S. and abroad.

This is a wonderful statement, and very true. And when concerned people discuss what they can do, the only smart and logical choice will be to fire the drug czar and legalize and regulate drugs to take the business out of the hands of those who destroy the environment.