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600 Churches Call For an End to the Drug War
The New England Conference of United Methodist Churches recently voted in favor of a resolution calling for an end to the drug war.
LEAP co-founder Jack Cole worked with the assembly to pass the resolution, which ends with a statement of support for LEAP.
The full resolution can be viewed here.
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LEAP board member and former prosecutor Dr. Inge Fryklund authored this article for the US Army Peacekeeping and Stability Operations Institute on the Special Inspector General’s quarterly report to Congress, noting that the U.S. goal of opium poppy prohibition is both unachievable and a contributing factor in the continuing instability of Afghanistan. Click here to read
LEAP speakers give moving, unanswerable testimony about the futility and waste of our drug policies in this hard hitting, comprehensive documentary, The Damage Done: a Drug War Odyssey.
Former DEA Agent, Finn Selander tells Arizona's ABC News why legalizing marijuana would prevent young lives from being ruined and would also hurt the drug cartels.
Although medical marijuana is now legal in 23 states, it is often nearly impossible to find. Why is that? And what should that tell us about the lingering influence of the War on Drugs? Hear what LEAP board member, Diane Goldstein a retired Lieutenant Commander has to say.
Former undercover narcotics officer, Brian Gaughan, tells ABC News why we must remove marijuana use from any part of the criminal justice system.
Profound documentary about our failed War on Drugs
Police Chief Larry Kirk on the Real News
Former DEA Agent tells ABC why he supports marijuana legalization