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Many are criticizing President Donald Trump for appointing Larry Kudlow as the White House's chief economic advisor, given the economist's past struggles with addiction. The Times UK published a piece on Thursday titled, “Trump names cocaine TV pundit Larry Kudlow as chief economic advisor.
(One Gallup poll echoed this sentiment, finding that 64% of Americans currently favor drug legalization.) But not everyone is ready to throw in the towel when it comes to pre-employment drug screenings. A recent survey conducted by Rasmussen Reports showed that 61% of American adults believe that ...

Trump would be better off taking his own advice in 1990 when he called for drug legalization. Sal Rodriguez is an editorial writer and columnist for the Southern California News Group. He may be reached at salrodriguez@scng.com. Sal Rodriguez joined the Editorial Board in 2014. He got his start in ...
President Trump, in a meeting about gun policy, seemed to voice arguments that are commonly used by people advocating for drug legalization. “The problem is you have a real black market. They don't worry about anything. They don't worry about anything that you're saying. They sell a gun and the buyer ...
But on the issue of drug legalization, the UN body still has not changed its long-held position: The practice violates international agreements. In its report, the INCB reiterated its opposition to experiments with legalizing cannabis for recreational use in certain US states as well as in Uruguay, which last year ...

Can drug legalization resolve the country's security problem? — Photo: El Universal/ZUMA. When you assume there is a working government that can oversee the market and assure people's security, the discussion about drugs essentially becomes about the morals. Should a government take charge of ...
Since then, observers and activists on every side of the wider drug-legalization debate have closely monitored the effects and consequences of Colorado and Washington's choice. Opponents to legalization alleged an increase in crime, traffic accidents, and other problems ahead of the vote. To mark the fifth anniversary of ...

On issues from single-payer health care to student debt to, yes, drug legalization, Sanders showed that tacking in a progressive direction isn't the inevitable political liability many in Washington treat it as, but can actually pay big dividends. Young people – those dreaded millennials who are stuck cleaning ...
(One Gallup poll echoed this sentiment, finding that 64% of Americans currently favor drug legalization.) But not everyone is ready to throw in the towel when it comes to pre-employment drug screenings. A recent survey conducted by Rasmussen Reports showed that 61% of American adults believe that ...
The incumbent used my endorsement in attack ads, claiming that the challenger was endorsed by a drug legalization “group” and had values completely out of touch with Illinois. The challenger returned my small personal donation to his campaign and said the endorsement was similar to when the Ku Klux ...
Dr. Evan Wood is one of a number of prominent B.C. health-care workers, government officials, and politicians who have said it's time to begin a conversation about legalizing and regulating drugs in response to the fentanyl crisis. B.C. Centre on Substance Use. In the early 2010s, a group called Stop the ...


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What This Guide Contains
Welcome to the National Families in Action Guide to the Drug Legalization Movement. This guide contains a record of the national and local groups and individuals who have worked to legalize drugs since the early 1970s.

Commentary
An overview of the drug legalization movement and successes it has had.

Background
Definitions, purpose, goals, and strategies of drug legalization movement.

Organizations
A list of local, state and national drug legalization organizations that have worked to legalize drugs since the early 1970s. Click links for organizational profiles.

People
A list of people who serve or have served on the boards or advisory boards of drug-legalization organizations. Click links for individual profiles. An asterisk indicates that person no longer supports drug legalization and has requested that National Families in Action publish this information.

Legalization Books
A list of legalization publications. Click links to read reviews.
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