A nonpartisan tool for gauging members of Congress on their commitment to reforming failed U.S. drug policies. It covers key drug policy votes and related legislation in the U.S. House of Representatives during 2005.
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Subtitled "A Roadmap for Sentencing and Correctional Policy Reform in Wisconsin" and commissioned by the Drug Policy Alliance, this report finds that Wisconsin policymakers could generate savings of four dollars for… Read More
The experts agree, and the evidence is clear! Random drug testing does not reduce drug use among young people. Spending extra millions on testing students' urine will only destroy relationships between youth and adults… Read More
This report, commissioned by the Drug Policy Alliance, found that the rapid growth in Alabama’s prison population - which currently ranks fifth nationally - was fueled by the incarceration of people convicted of non-… Read More
An overview of the groudbreaking work of the Drug Policy Alliance since 1995.
Written for high school students by a physician and a former high school teacher, this book provides information about the drugs (including alcohol, caffeine, and even chocolate) available today.
This report highlights the connections between New Jersey's restrictive distribution scheme for sterile syringes and the incidence of HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C among injection drug users. The recommendation we offer in… Read More
In this study published by the RAND Corporation, the authors examine the social benefits of school-based drug prevention programs.
Historically, Byrne Grants have been used primarily to finance drug task forces, which have a record of racially disproportionate lowlevel drug arrests and increased local and state costs with no measurable impact on… Read More