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Vancouver is a disaster zone of Canada’s liberal drug policies

9/10/20--May, June and July have been the worst months in B.C. history for drug overdoses, with approximately 526 dead — more than double the 213 British Columbians who have died from coronavirus. At present rates, B.C. will again pass 1,000 overdose-related deaths by December. Read

King County providing beer, cigarettes to keep addicts in quarantine

4/30/20--King County officials are giving addicts beer, cigarettes - and until recently marijuana - so they won't leave a recovery center. Officials with the Department of Human and Community Services call it harm reduction and point out no tax payer money is being used. Some neighbors said it makes sense. Others called it a big mistake. Read

Accepting marijuana is a step toward seeing it’s used safely

6/10/17--According to Los Angeles Daily News guest columnist Allison B. Margolin, in order to bridge the divide between safe marijuana access and neighborhood groups fearful of the spread of reefer madness, the theory of harm reduction needs to be reintroduced into the debate, while also admitting that marijuana exists in the context of drug use and abuse that has existed in different manifestations and with different substances in the U.S. since at least the 1870s. Read