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.
Law Enforcement Against Prohibition (LEAP), a nonprofit group of police, judges, prosecutors, and other criminal justice professionals advocating for marijuana reform, endorses Amendment 2 as a means of protecting the rights and safety of sick, elderly, and disabled patients. Amendment 2 will allow patients with debilitating conditions, as outlined by […]
This morning, President Trump hosted a meeting at the 2018 United Nations General Assembly called “The World Drug Problem,” in which he called for the eradication of drug use and an escalation of the global drug war, all while pressuring nations suffering from drug war violence – including Mexico and […]
The Massachusetts Secretary of State has announced that an opportunity to legalize marijuana, Question 4, will be on the November ballot. Law Enforcement Against Prohibition (LEAP), a nonprofit group of police, judges, prosecutors, and other criminal justice professionals advocating for marijuana legalization, endorses the measure as a means of refocusing […]