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Say yes to safe Access! We have non-profit "Medical
Marijuana organizations". Rick's main goal is to
provide a "Safe access to Medication" for
State Qualifying Medical Marijuana patients.
||Action America - This conservative/libertarian site
presents a strong case for ending the War on Drugs and
how structured legalization would devastate terrorist
funding efforts in the drug arena. Lots of links to
||MAP - Media Awareness Project - Your most
informative Internet source for Drug War Information
||Watch the War on Drugs Clock
Tick Away Your Tax Dollars and People's Lives
||Narco News Covers the War on Drugs in
||Drug Policy Alliance is the
nation's leading organization working to end the war
on drugs and promote new drug policies based on common
sense, science, public health and human rights.
Drug Policy Foundation
||The Drug Policy Foundation
is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to creating
reasoned and compassionate drug policies. DPF members
support comprehensive, legislative and regulatory reform
of our nations drug laws and work to publicize the failing
"war on drugs."
Sense for Drug Policy
||Common Sense for Drug Policy
is a nonprofit organization dedicated to expanding discussion
on drug policy through questioning our existing laws
and educating the public about alternatives to current
Against Mandatory Minimums
||Families Against Mandatory
Minimums is a national organization of citizens working
to reform federal and state mandatory sentencing laws.
FAMM educates the public and policy makers about mandatory
sentences through media outreach, grassroots campaigns
and direct action.
||The American Civil Liberties
Union Freedom Network believes the best way to deal
with drugs is through regulation. The ACLU opposes criminal
prohibition, not only because of the current policy's
failure to deal effectively with the drug problem, but
also because they subject otherwise law-abiding citizens
to arrest, prosecution and imprisonment.
Drug Reform Coordination Network
||The Drug Reform Coordination
Network is an organization of concerned citizens working
for drug policy reform from a variety of perspectives,
including harm reduction, reform of sentencing and forfeiture
laws and the medicalization of some drugs.
American Syringe Exchange Network
||The North American Syringe
Exchange Network is an organization dedicated to the
creation, expansion and continued existence of needle-exchange
programs as a proven method of stopping the transmission
of blood-borne pathogens among drug users.
||The Marijuana Policy Project
is a Washington, DC-based organization that is exclusively
committed to lobbying for marijuana-law reform on the
federal level. Its mission is to develop and promote
policies to minimize the harm associated with marijuana
November Coalition Foundation
||A grassroots organization
of citizens whose lives have been gravely affected by
the US government's present drug policy. The coalition
is dedicated to educating the public about the destructive
increase in prison population in the United States due
to our war on drugs and the steady erosion of our civil
rights and freedoms by the federal government.
Endangers American Rights
||FEAR is a national nonprofit
organization dedicated to reform of federal and state
asset-forfeiture laws to restore due process and protect
property rights of innocent citizens.
||Human Rights 95 is a photo
project/exhibit dedicated to the prisoners of the drug
war, their families and to those who are working to
regain their freedom and restore respect for all human
rights. HR95 is composed of case studies--including
photos and stories--provided by nonviolent prisoners
of the drug war who feel their penalties are unjust.
War on Drugs is Lost
||This may be one of the most
astonishing set of articles you will ever read. The
National Review dedicated an entire issue to The Failed
War on Drugs. Pay particular attention to who is writing
the articles. And this is coming from admitted CONSERVATIVES!
On Drugs, Victims and Benefactors, 13 April 1998
Coalition for Drug Awareness
||Website on the dangers of
view from the front lines of the drug war
||By Volney V. Brown Jr. Mr.
Brown, who lives in Dana Point, was a US Magistrate
in Los Angeles from 1982 to 1995.
Library of Drug Policy
||This site is huge. It should
be required reading by all US citizens.
||Just what it says