war on drugs
Law enforcement officials in New Mexico are concerned that departments will no longer be able to afford to support the drug war now that the state has officially outlawed the asset forfeiture program—a revelation that has drug reform advocates asking, "What&rsq...
Over the next several weeks, President Obama is expected to commute the sentences of up 80 people, serving time for non-violent, drug-related offenses, according to the New York Times.
During a recent speech given before the Aspen Ideas Festival, former federal judge Nancy Gertner, who brought the hammer down for nearly two decades under the Clinton Administration, criticized the punishments she imposed throughout the years for drug-related offenses.
The pulse of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration continues to weaken at its core, at least with regard to medical marijuana, which has policy experts convinced that Uncle Sam is prepared to end the war on weed.
While President Obama signed legislation this week aimed at halting the National Security Agency's digital snooping, a new report surfaced regarding underhanded surveillance tactics used by the the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA).