Daily Archives: May 3, 2011

Whither drug policy reform in Canada?

Conservatives in Canada won a decisive victory with a full majority for the next four years under Stephen Harper. Harper has not been a friend to drug policy reform and, in fact, has been an advocate for a U.S.-style drug … Continue reading

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Yes. Illegal drug use is considered a normal and acceptable activity to many.

The Telegraph discovers The generation that will not give up on drugs Illegal drug use remains a normal part of life for many people even as they settle down and approach their thirties, new research has revealed. […] The long-term … Continue reading

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Anatomy of a LEAPer

Over at Heightened Sense, there’s a very interesting article talking about Major Neill Franklin, Executive Director of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition, and his “Road to Damascus” moment that finally led him to realize that prohibition was wrong and needed to … Continue reading

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