Daily Archives: November 30, 2009

Fixing the Criminal Justice system, and avoiding pitfalls

As noted in comments, Opposing Views has the info on the Senate Judiciary Committee plans this week: This Thursday, December 3, members of the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee will debate Senate Bill 714, The National Criminal Justice Commission Act of … Continue reading

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The bizarre limbo of medical marijuana

I’m one of those who believes that it’s best to have recreational marijuana use legal, but that it’s better to have only medical marijuana legal than no marijuana legal, and that medical marijuana legalization can help the rest of the … Continue reading

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When political sites discover the drug war

Here at Drug WarRant, we don’t get a fraction of the kind of traffic that the major political blogs do, so I’m always pleased when they “discover” that drug policy is an actual, you know, issue. Part of the problem … Continue reading

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