Spirituality

How to begin the end of the war on drugs

Federal marijuana laws have long undermined our nation’s promise of liberty and justice for all.

Our nation’s arbitrary efforts to criminalize a substance that is less dangerous than alcohol or cigarettes or fast food, has not only made our country less just, but our communities less safe. Our broken marijuana [and other drug] laws have perpetuated unequal justice under the law, failed to make us safer, wasted taxpayer dollars and taken precious resources away from investing in our communities.

Original Article (Huffpost):
How To Begin The End Of The War On Drugs
Artwork Fair Use: Miriam Guterland

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