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4 Hopes for Drug Policy Reform in 2016 Author: Justin Mckibben About this time in 2014 I wrote how many experts expected 2015 to be a huge year for Harm Reduction programs in America, and gave 3 examples of big changes in this class of addiction programs. Well... Learn More
Massachusetts Proposes Tobacco Prohibition Author: Justin Mckibben One showdown in a town of less than 8,000 people has the potential of making a big part of history for American prohibition-style politics. This week, health officials and residents in Westminster, Massachusetts will be taking time to... Learn More
Drug Policy and Hypocrisy By Cheryl Steinberg You know what really grinds my gears? I won’t make you guess: it’s hypocrisy. And although everyone can be a hypocrite from time-to-time, the worst offenders are people in power, such as politicians. Not only are they... Learn More
4 Signs the War on Drugs is Ending The “War on Drugs” may have been made “public enemy number one” in 1971 by then-president Richard Nixon but, the hard stance on anti-drug policies that have been implemented by administration after administration have established an American history deeply entrenched... Learn More
Alcohol Awareness Month   April is “Alcohol Awareness Month.” It is aimed at educating and raising awareness of underage drinking, alcohol abuse, treatment, and other related issues. It was founded and has been sponsored by the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence... Learn More

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