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DEA Agent Was Told Not To Enforce Drug Laws In Rich Communities (VIDEO)

August 20, 2015

“What I began to see is that the drug war is totally about race.” In a new video by Brave New Films, Matthew Fogg, a former US Marshall and DEA Agent, speaks out about his time on the task force…

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Raped By The System: Medical Weed Patient Busted By SWAT Team In AZ (VIDEO)

August 18, 2015

Arizona law enforcement never misses a chance to thumb its collective nose at the Federal government. In a state influenced for more than a quarter of a century by the the nation’s “Toughest Sheriff,” convicted racial profiler Joe Arpaio, questioning…

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“We Were Wrong About That.” Clinton Apologizes For Failed Crime Law

July 16, 2015

Bill Clinton spoke before the N.A.A.C.P. on July 15th, and issued a long overdue apology: “Former President Bill Clinton on Wednesday disavowed part of the anti-crime legislation that he long considered one of his top accomplishments, concluding that it went…

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Veteran Faces Life In Prison For Growing Pot To Treat His PTSD

July 1, 2015

A petition on Change.org asks Oklahoma Republican Governor Mary Fallin to pardon Kristoffer Lewandowski. This will be an uphill battle, as Fallin, who supports botched torture-executions, is not known for compassion. A description of his situation says, Meet Kristoffer Lewandowski…

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The ACA’s Parity Mandate Can Revolutionize Treatment of Addiction

March 13, 2015

A year ago, a little noticed component of the Affordable Care Act was quietly rolled out, one that has the potential to transform the way our nation deals with addiction: [T]he ACA represents a massive step forward in getting insurance…

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