Tag: drug prohibition


The Killing State as Drug Addict

The BBC news report calls the West London driving school humdrum and banal. Sort of like most places which deal drugs. And then the BBC points out that from behind the driving school’s tinted windows, a British company was dealing each of the drugs for the lethal injection protocol used in most US prisons: sodium thiopental, pancuronium bromide, and potassium chloride. Last

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Mexico: First National Congress held

Mexico City, Mexico — On the eve of SSDP’s annual training conference in Washington, DC, students at Mexico City’s National School of Anthropology (ENAH) are preparing to hold their first national congress, from 11 – 14 April. Called “The History and Practice of Drugs: An Anthropological Vision,” the students at the ENAH hope to dispel myths and inform various university

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SSDP Press Release

For immediate release: January 31, 2011 Contact: Washington DC Headquarters (202)293-4414, San Francisco Headquarters (415)875-9463 Student Activists Praise Obama’s New Position Welcoming Legalization Debate Statement in YouTube online town hall meeting called step in right direction, but still not enough Washington, D.C. — Officials at Students for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP) today praised President Barack Obama’s statement last week indicating

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