While drug laws in the United States have gradually become more lenient, regulations in Southeast Asia remain on the opposite end of the spectrum. The death penalty has long been meted out for drug-related crimes in several countries on the Asian continent, including Indonesia, the Philippines and Malaysia. However, the government of Thailand is contemplating […]
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While Attorney “good-people-don’t-smoke-marijuana” Jeff Sessions wants to amplify the war on drugs, don’t forget who appointed him: Donald Trump. Although President Trump has, for the most part, stayed silent on drug policy, one of his alarming stances has recently been revealed, with five sources confirming to Axios that Trump has privately discussed being in favor […]
Speaking to law enforcement officers in Richmond, Virginia in mid-March, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions said marijuana is only slightly less bad than heroin and opioids. Sessions began his speech by saying violent crime is increasing and drug use is a big reason for that. He endorsed policies put in place by President Donald Trump […]
Donald Trump’s choice for U.S. attorney general, Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions, is a reefer madness drug warrior who promoted laws that include the death penalty for marijuana sellers. During his recent Senate confirmation hearings, Sessions at first pretended he didn’t remember that in the 1990s when he was Alabama’s attorney general, he zealously promoted proposed […]
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