Today on The Russ Belville Show’s Cops Say Legalize Drugs segment, I spoke with Teresa Smallwood, a former prosecutor and defense attorney in North Carolina, and an ordained Baptist minister. We covered the intersection of the War on Drugs and and the Black Lives Matter, how she found the drug war to be a “revolving door”, and how we’re bring clergy, especially the black church, around in the fight to end adult marijuana prohibition.
Former judge and LEAP Speaker Lenny Frieling discusses the issues still being worked out in Colorado’s fourth year of marijuana legalization. facebook reddit twitter google+ linkedin
Retired Clackamas County, Oregon, sheriff’s deputy Paul Steigleder explains how he felt his work in the controversial D.A.R.E. program in the mid-1980s had positive results, but over thirty years came to realize the Drug War was a failure and legalization is the only reasonable option. Visit LEAP.cc to book Paul […]
There’s probably enough for three different stories here, but this is just a course of a week for me in Washington. I’m sentimental over Washington State’s medical marijuana past but am optimistic for America’s future. As we grow and become what we once were, the nation’s best place for marijuana […]