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NPS Conference: Closing: Where do we go from here? (Part 5/5) - YouTube

Next steps for researchers, policymakers, media, providers, and people who use drugs. This video was recorded at the "New Strategies for New Psychoactive Sub.

Latin American nations push UN to drop zero tolerance on drugs | MinnPost

Latin American nations push UN to drop zero tolerance on drugs

Americans for Safe Access announces a Senate hearing on 9/10/13. US Senate Judiciary Chairman Patrick J Leahy called for the hearing on the conflict between state and federal medical cannabis laws. This is a big deal. Congressional oversight hearing can be a springboard for new legislation and a turning point for federal policy. ASA has worked tirelessly to establish this kind of hearing. Learn abt what you can do now to support efforts & pressure Senators to move this along

Patients, medical professionals, scientists and concerned citizens promoting safe and legal access to cannabis for therapeutic use and research.

Infographics: U.S. Incarceration Stats | Prisoner Activist

Infographics: U.S. Incarceration Stats

The Failed War on Drugs: Keeping Prisons Full (lots of good stats here on cost of education vs.

Drug War Clock | DrugSense

Decriminalise Drug Use, Say Experts After Six-Year Study

The One-Paragraph Letter from 1980 That Fueled the Opioid Crisis  http://www.beyondthc.com/over-the-transom-2/

The One-Paragraph Letter from 1980 That Fueled the Opioid Crisis http://www.beyondthc.com/over-the-transom-2/

-- New Jersey town must pay $38K to compensate two police officers for their recreational helicopter flying lessons.

Morning Links: Energy Drinks, The Warrior Mindset, The Riddle Of The Gun

TREAT, DON’T ARREST Nearly 300 law enforcement agencies in 31 states now participate in the Police Assisted Addiction and Recovery Initiative, which offers treatment for drug users who ask the authorities for help, an approach inspired by a program established in Gloucester, Mass. Officers work the phones to get addicts into treatment and recovery networks, in an effort that costs less and promises more lasting results than repeatedly arresting them.

America’s 8-Step Program for Opioid Addiction

TREAT, DON’T ARREST Nearly 300 law enforcement agencies in 31 states now participate in the Police Assisted Addiction and Recovery Initiative, which offers treatment for drug users who ask the authorities for help, an approach inspired by a program established in Gloucester, Mass. Officers work the phones to get addicts into treatment and recovery networks, in an effort that costs less and promises more lasting results than repeatedly arresting them.

How Will Mainstream Media Spin This Government Study? — MPP Blog by Dr. Mitch Earleywine...very worth reading

How Will Mainstream Media Spin This Government Study? — MPP Blog by Dr. Mitch Earleywine...very worth reading

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