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Good Luck, SSDP

The International Students for Sensible Drug Policy conference is taking place this week in San Francisco.

Full Program is available online.

I wish I could be there with them. Should be a good (and educational) time. If anyone there is reading this, feel free to pass on your reports and I’ll be happy to publish them here.

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3 comments to Good Luck, SSDP

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    SSDPedia

    “Students for Sensible Drug Policy is a militant fringe of the drug legalization movement. As parents, we would treat membership in SSDP as firmly as we would treat drug use. Stop the behavior and resign from the group or pay your own tuition.”
    ~ Joyce Nalepka (301) 681-7861
    1805 Tilton Dr, Silver Spring, MD 20902
    Drug-Free Kids: America’s Challenge