SSDP Action Center

THE WAR ON DRUGS IS A WAR ON US. ACT NOW TO HELP END IT.

U.S. ACTIONS

Allow the Class-Wide Scheduling of Fentanyl-Related Substances to Expire October 22nd

Urge Congress to allow this Trump era policy to expire before more time goes by with preventable overdose deaths and unreasonable arrests.

Urge Representatives to Support and Co-Sponsor the EQUAL Act

Urge House and Senate members of the judiciary committee to vote yes on the Eliminating a Quantifiably Unjust Application of the Law (EQUAL) Act S.79 and H.R. 1693 to eliminate the unfair and racist federal prison sentencing disparity between powdered and crack cocaine.

Demand a Just End to Marijuana Prohibition – The MORE Act Has Been Re-Introduced

The MORE Act is back in the House of Representatives! Tell your representative to finalize and advance legislation to finally repeal the federal prohibition of marijuana!

Urge Representatives to Co-sponsor and Support the Drug Policy Reform Act of 2021

On June 17th on the 50th anniversary of former President Nixon’s declaration of the War on Drugs by U.S. House Representatives Bonnie Watson-Coleman (D-NJ) and Cori Bush (D MO) introduced the Drug Policy Reform Act to end federal drug prohibition, act now to tell your Representatives to vote in approval of the Act!

Cannabis Businesses and Consumers Need Safe Banking

Urge Senators to Support the SAFE Banking Act to Improve the Safety of Regulated Cannabis Businesses and Consumers!

Eliminate U.S Funding for International Crop Eradication

Act now to urge Congress that a provision be added to the Department of State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs Appropriations Act stating that no funds may be used for international crop eradication and put an end to the damage of the failed drug war policy.

Support Increased Funding for NIH and NSF

Ask Your U.S. Representatives to Support Increased National Institute of Health & National Science Foundation Funding for FY2022

STATE ACTIONS

NEW YORK 

STUDENTS NEED EDUCATION ABOUT OUR GOOD SAMARITAN POLICY!

Ask Your Assemblymember to Co-Sponsor A6179 To Save Lives

A6179 is a common sense extension to require education of the 911 Good Samaritan Law, which passed the NY legislature overwhelmingly by both parties in 2011. This bill will educate young people about the 911 Good Samaritan Law, which allows New Yorkers to call 911 during a life threatening medical emergency without fear of being charged with underage alcohol or drug possession. This law has proven to save lives because it empowers people who are witnessing a drug or alcohol overdose to seek medical help.

Looking for more?

Do you have a state/province, national/federal, or international action you want to be listed on this page? Email us at policy@ssdp.org and we can help you set it up!