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Prohibition is Finally Coming to an END

Voters in Washington and Colorado made history on Election Day when they voted to lagallyregulate and tax marijuana. Their votes signaled the beginning of the end for the costly an unjust war on drugs.Thank you to the citizens of Washington and Colorado.The Drug Policy Alliance is especially proud of this milestone, as we worked for years to make this historic day happen.We’d also like to thank: President Bill Clinton for ackowledging the drug war’s futility and failure; President Jimmy Carter and Pat Robertson for saying it’s time to legalize marijuana; Governor Christie for calling the drug war a failure and Governor Cuomo for working to end New York’s racially discriminatory marijuana arrest crusade; Congressmen Ron Paul and Barney Frank for introducing the first bill to end federal marijuana prohibition; President Santos (Colombia), Pérez Molina (Guatemala) and Mujica (Uruguay)for braking the taboo on alternatives to drug prohibition; and, most of all, aou many allies around the world for demanding no more drug war.We strive for the day when drug policies are no longer motivated by ignorance, fear and perjudice but rather by science, compassion, fiscal prudence and human rights, with education and treatment available for everyone. Help us fight the good fight a tax deductible donation.

21 diciembre, 2012

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Partidos derrotados: comienza la introspección

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