war on drugs

IN HONOR OF MOTHER'S DAY, MOMS UNITED TO END THE WAR ON DRUGS SEEK SIGNATURES ON "MOM'S BILL OF RIGHTS"

 

May 2, 2015 (San Diego’s East County)--Mothers across the country are telling their personal stories of drug war damage with stories, articles and interviews in honor of Mother’s Day. By sharing these powerful stories of losing loved ones to drug-prohibition-related violence, incarceration, overdose and addiction, they are bringing focus to a real need to reform our nation’s drug policies.  Many of the moms leading this campaign have been personally impacted by the war on drugs, including having children who suffer from addiction and who have been repeatedly incarcerated, or have died from preventable drug overdoses and other drug related problems.

THOUSANDS, INCLUDING EAST COUNTY RESIDENTS, HEAR RON PAUL AT UCSD

 
" I can tell you that we are winning a tremendous battle ... for the hearts and minds of the American people who are sick and tired of what they are getting out of Washington, D.C."--Ron Paul
 
By Nadin Abbott
 
May 8, 2012 (La Jolla, California) -- Ron Paul may trail Mitt Romney in the delegate count 865-93 (after scoring the majority of delegates in the Maine and Nevada Republican conventions over the weekend).  But to his legions of loyal followers, the Libertarian-leaning Republican presidential candidate is still a winner.

 

READER'S EDITORIAL: A NEW PATH--MOMS UNITE TO END THE WAR ON DRUGS

 

“Moms are uniting and leading the charge to end drug prohibition, just as they did with alcohol prohibition in the 1930s. It’s time to end the pointless and punitive criminalization of people who use drugs and the needless deaths caused by the illegal drug trade.” -- Gretchen Burns Bergman, Executive Director & Co-Founder A New PATH

By: Dennis Moore


July 10, 2010 (San Diego) –Family members of drug victims have joined forces with healthcare and others to forge a coalition calling for changes in failed drug policies.  These policies have led to increased violence and mass incarceration, while failing to curb addiction and overdose deaths.