No More War on People: I Am A Drug Policy Reformer

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I am a drug policy reform advocate.

Despite being a medical marijuana patient, despite founding and editing one of the first medical marijuana trade journals in the Midwest–the now defunct Midwest Cultivator— and despite the fact that cannabis has played a dramatic role in healing my PTSD, I am not a “cannabis” or “weed” activist.

Drug policy reformers work to reform our nation’s failed drug laws and protect families–all of them, especially the families with drug addicted loved ones.

My organization, Michigan Moms United, has launched a Stop The Raids Campaign, and works to end the armed invasions of our homes by government agents and that means drug raids. I have heard many cannabis activists  say that the SWAT teams should, “go get the crack heads and leave us alone.” I’m going to urge all of those folks to go home and rethink their lives.

War is bad for children and other living things. All children. Even those that aren’t yours.

Without an enemy, our government cannot make war. And you understand that all too well; it’s why you want to send the soldiers to your brothers and sisters homes.

It’s time to stop pointing fingers and protect everyone.
Stop The Raids– All of Them.


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