Colorado and Washington chose to legalize and regulate marijuana for adults. Are laws prohibiting adult pot use headed toward extinction?
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If we use the same logic that has been used with determining that marijuana and alcohol are gateway drugs, then chocolate may be the true gateway drug.
The 2013 Soros Justice Fellows work on behalf of constituencies often given little voice or visibility.
On April 24, the Obama Administration released its 2013 National Drug Control Strategy—and it contains some huge gains for harm reduction advocates.
With health care reform just around the corner, there is an opportunity to make changes to the way substance abuse is treated.