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Oregon Decriminalizes Low-Level Possession of All Drugs, Showing ‘Better, More Just World Is Possible

Written by on February 2, 2021 in Government, Policies with 0 Comments
Oregon Decriminalizes Low-Level Possession of All Drugs, Showing ‘Better, More Just World Is Possible

In what justice advocates celebrated as a major shift away from the devastating and failed policies of the nation’s so-called “war on drugs,” Oregon on Monday officially became the first state to decriminalize possession of small amounts of all drugs with a new policy that also aims to boost access various related services. #nomoredrugwar

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Expert Issues Warning: Decriminalization of Psychedelics is Not What You Think It Is

Expert Issues Warning: Decriminalization of Psychedelics is Not What You Think It Is

A few states and cities in America have bypassed federal law and created legislation to decriminalize possession and usage of psychedelics including mushrooms and ayahuasca. The term ‘decriminalization’ is misleading, and in the muddled world of state vs. federal drug laws, it turns out it is far more dangerous than people realize. #magichmushrooms #psychedelics

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Ron Paul: Trump’s Wall Won’t Fix Illegal Immigration, Ending The Drug War Will

Written by on February 2, 2017 in Government, Policies, Politics with 0 Comments
Ron Paul: Trump’s Wall Won’t Fix Illegal Immigration, Ending The Drug War Will

Instead of the financial drain of building a wall, federal government should end the drug war – which obviously does not reduce demand or supply – and allow the economy to thrive from a free market. Colorado is demonstrating how legalizing cannabis can bring a massive economic boost. The legal market also brings reputable providers to the table who deliver safe, quality products. And, contrary to drug war propagandists, teen cannabis use is actually declining.

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