Alicia Rose Fighting The Powers That Be
A Mother has high hopes that her daughter could live a normal life.
Children of Substance Foundation
For all parents who have lost a child to drugs, either through addicition or addiction and death. We are experienced parents in grief who can help you find some meaning to life "Beyond The Tears". We will gently guide you to places where support is non-judgemental.
Common Sense for Drug Policy
Common Sense for Drug Policy is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization with offices in Washington, DC; Lancaster, PA; and Los Angeles, CA, dedicated to expanding discussion on drug policy by resonating the voices of those raising questions about existing law and educating the public about alternatives to current policies.
Cultural Baggage [offsite link]
Download a PDF file for the booklet titled, Drug Truth from Abrahamson to Zeese. This booklet may be reproduced in total for free distribution.
National Institute on Drug Abuse
Education for students and young adults, parents, teachers, research and health professionals.
National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws
A nonprofit lobby working to end marijuana prohibition and stop arrests of smokers. The NORML Foundation, a sister nonprofit, sponsors educational, research and legal projects to help the public better understand marijuana policy.
The Failed Drug War
Is the war on drugs a war on people? The laws for controlled substances have become uncontrollable on the streets.
Vote Yes on the Hinchey-Rohrabacher Amendment
Medical Marijuana patients and their providers should not fear arrest because of their choice of medicine.
What Is The Harrison Act?
In 1914 the first criminal law at the Federal Goverment level was to criminalize use of non-medical drugs.
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