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Sunday, April 14, 2024

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Drug policy

Drug policy

The new War on Drugs isn’t working any better than the old one did ….

But Breed and Jenkins are pushing to make it worse. We have seen this before and it ended very badly.

Letter to the editor: Feinstein, the drug warrior

She opposed legalizing even medical cannabis, supported War on Drugs prison sentences, and even fought against federal marijuana research.

Breed looks for political points by finding more ways to punish poor people

The latest: Drug testing for welfare recipients, which will never work and probably never happen. Do we live in San Francisco or Texas?

Breed continues to push arrests as solution to substance-abuse issues

Evidence shows this policy never works as right-wingers continue to push their attacks on local judges

‘Weed’ sparks up candid cannabis education for young people—and the rest of us

Caitlin Donohue's latest book for teens takes a big picture view of cannabis policy and culture in the Americas

The myth of drug cartels is a cover for state-sanctioned violence

Author Oswaldo Zavala says the way we think about Mexican narcos is all wrong

Dorsey attack on wellness center signals larger issues in SF’s new War on Drugs

The mayor, the DA, and the Tech Right want to revive a failed policy—and maybe go after local judges.

The Chronicle sends a dangerous message about immigrants and crime

Hondurans are not responsible for the Fentanyl crisis—and these stories will just stir up more anti-immigrant hate.

Mayor doubles down on arresting drug users, refuses to move on wellness centers

Breed denounces Question Time, ignores her own Health Department in drive to force users into treatment.

Hasta la victoria verde: The life and death of Mexico City’s cannabis protest camp

A story of civil disobedience, narcos, and growing weed in public

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