Attorney General Jeff Sessions has resigned at President Trump’s request. Sessions pursued an aggressive agenda to escalate the war on drugs. It’s time to tell your Senators to ensure the next attorney general will move away from failed drug war policies and defend basic rights.
Current Action Alerts
The Trump administration has been ramping up the drug war here in the United States, and now it’s trying to export its disastrous agenda abroad.
A recent report revealed that the Trump administration has tasked a secret committee with undermining marijuana legalization to stop our progress. It's time for Congress to end federal marijuana prohibition and protect states from federal attempts to thwart legalization.
The Justice Department threatened states that are moving forward with supervised consumption services despite their proven record of reducing overdose deaths and saving lives. Help us build support in the U.S. Senate to protect states from these federal threats.
International Overdose Awareness Day is on August 31 – a time to honor and remember those lost to an overdose and advocate for the solutions that will save lives. Tell your Members of Congress to support the CARE Act to give states the critical resources they need to address overdose.
The Marijuana Justice Act would end federal marijuana prohibition, support racial justice, and help repair communities most devastated by the war on drugs.
Trump took his escalation of the drug war to a whole new level by calling for the death penalty for people who sell drugs. And Sessions made it official with a memo telling prosecutors to seek the death penalty in certain drug trafficking cases.
Tell Congress: Support the CARERS Act to end federal medical marijuana prohibition.
Tell Congress to adopt health-based solutions to prevent overdose deaths.
It's time for the United States to stand against killings in the name of the drug war.