The study noted that seven prior studies in the past nine years, including one by the Center for Naval Research and the Office of Technology Assessment, had come to similar conclusions.
Since the mainstream media seldom covers these stories, we published several of them inand it was one of the main reasons I started Health Impact News.
However, there are many that argue that the decriminalization of possession of drugs would redirect focus of the law enforcement system of any country to put more effort into arresting dealers and big time criminals, instead of arresting minor criminals for mere possession, and thus be more effective.
Too much government control has allowed the pharmaceutical company to develop a healthcare monopoly, by establishing laws that punish all those who do not submit to their approved products.
CDC November report At leastpeople die each year from drugs which are properly prescribed and properly administered.
Rather, in the 10 years from toit grew fold. Sentencing Commission recommendation to eliminate the disparity between crack and powder cocaine sentences.
The number of people behind bars for nonviolent drug law offenses increased from 50, in to overby The era of George W. Athletes have known for years that statin drugs damage muscles as well.
Colombia increased its defense spending from 3. Starting in the 20th century, large organized movements to overturn existing drug laws formed around the world. This bill will be determined to be either unconstitutional by the Supreme Court, or it will become law. CIA and Contra cocaine trafficking Further information: Burzynski, who just represents one doctor that does not use the toxic products from the pharmaceutical companies.
It was approved on June 30,and its stated aim is combating the threats of drug trafficking and transnational crime.
Their study found that the practice of illegal off-label promotion of pharmaceuticals was responsible for the largest amount of financial penalties levied by the federal government over the past 20 years. Get the news right in your inbox! If their influence over what is a legal drug and what is not continues, soon we will have no choices left legally but to use their toxic and often worthless products, and all other effective and natural products will become part of the illegal black market.
This astounding legislation, passed by intense lobbying in the wee hours of the morning, made the pharmaceutical industry almost invincible. Nixon ignored the report and rejected its recommendations.
The FDA is committed to protecting consumers from unapproved products on the market. Rick Santorum voted for the bill, while Ron Paul opposed it. Donate Drugs are a charged subject everywhere.
State Department "who provided support for the Contras are involved in drug trafficking Thankfully, the people have accepted that.
And can be true of absolutely anything.Drug legalization calls for a return to the preth century situation in which almost all drugs were legal. This would require ending government-enforced prohibition on the distribution or sale and personal use of specified (or all) currently banned drugs.
The War on Drugs: Is it a War Worth Fighting? The United States has been engaged in a “war” for nearly 25 years. A war in which there is a great deal of confusion as to why we are engaged in it, and if we are in the war for the right reasons. The resolution of the war is curtailed by varying opinions and subjective statistical proof.
Most people assume that drugs are legal or illegal because of their inherent dangers or benefits. That’s at least what Republicans and Democrats think. Both parties fully support keeping marijuana and other drugs illegal and keeping the war on drugs going because they say drugs are dangerous.
War on drugs is a series of actions tending toward a prohibition of illegal drug trade. It is a campaign adopted by the U.S. government along with the foreign military aid and with the assistance of participating countries, to both define and to end the import, manufacture, sale, and use of illegal drugs.
After you watch the video, read on to learn more about the discriminatory history of the war on drugs.
The Early Stages of Drug Prohibition Many currently illegal drugs, such as marijuana, opium, coca, and psychedelics have been used for thousands of years for both medical and spiritual purposes. Legal Weed Is Slowly Ending the Drug War.
Daniel Bier On 11/9/15 at PM. Canada, Ireland and Mexico are moving closer to legalizing marijuana—another sign that the war on drugs is losing steam.Download