a publication of the
Drug Reform Coordination Network

Cracks in the Wall
Government bending under pressure on medical marijuana?
Needle Wars Continue
The continuing turbulent saga of needle exchange in the United States.
The Scientists and the General
Contrast between the scientist panel's objective look at medical marijuana and the drug czar's attempts to kill the issue any way he could.
Friendly Fire
U.S. Marines on anti-drug border duty proved a recipe for tragedy in the small town of Redford, Texas.
DPF Heads to New Orleans
The 11th International Conference on Drug Policy Reform heads south this fall.
Mandatory Minimums Cost-Ineffective
A sophisticated numerical analysis by the RAND Corporation verifies common sense.
International Update
U.S. drug policy out of step with the world.
Still Crazy After All These Years
The National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws marks marijuana prohibition's 60th anniversary with a special report.
Marijuana Myths, Marijuana Facts
New book by Drs. Morgan and Zimmer blows the lid off the government's mythology.
Listings of recently released reports, videos, and reviews of recently published books.
The Reformer's Calendar
Drug policy reform events as well as events relating to a wide range of topics of interest to reformers.
Disparity Dilemma
Why are we losing the fight for the most popular reform currently on the table?
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The Drug Reform Coordination Network (DRCNet) is a national organization dedicated to raising public awareness of the consequences of drug prohibition and working for any positive change in drug policy. We oppose the prison-building frenzy that sweeps the nation and support rational policies consistent with the principles of peace, justice, freedom, compassion and truth. All these have been compromised in the name of the drug war.

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