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The Human Cost of Prohibition

When advocating for sensible drug policy reform, it is important to keep in mind not just the economic costs, but the costs in human lives and freedoms. The victims of the drug war are not statistics, but real people. They are people killed for defending their homes or cooperating with law enforcement. They are people denied the treatment they need

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SSDP Welcomes Summer Intern, Cassandra Whalen

It’s easy to feel connected to important issues when you’re in D.C., but being involved and making a difference presents a greater challenge.  SSDP helps students coordinate their efforts to become involved and make that difference, and I’m incredibly excited to be a part of it this summer. Both by amassing relevant drug policy information and connecting with student groups,

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