Topic: Prohibition

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What Does the Resistance Really Stand for If It Criminalizes Free Speech?

Two pieces of legislation before Congress have prompted a heated discussion over just how far Congress will go to support Israel in its attempts to silence its...   [ continue reading...]

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France: Police Attacking Migrants in Calais

Expand Police check identity documents after halting a distribution of food, water, and cl...   [ continue reading...]

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The Radicals Were Always Right: Now Is the Time to Decriminalize All Drugs

Marijuana legalization advocates and members of community groups attend a rally in front of One Police Plaza on June 13, 2012, in New York City. (Photo: Spencer...   [ continue reading...]

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RCEP Discussions on Ecommerce: Gathering Steam in Hyderabad

Sixteen countries from Asia-Pacific are meeting in Hyderabad for the 19th round of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) which takes place in I...   [ continue reading...]

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EFF Asks Court to Strike Down Unconstitutional Restraint on Our Speech

EFF has asked a federal court to rule in its favor in a lawsuit we filed against an Australian company that sought to use foreign law to censor us from expressi...   [ continue reading...]

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Veterans Call on US To Sign Nuclear Ban Treaty

Written by Brian Trautman, Gerry Condon, and Samantha Ferguson On July 7th, 2017, the United Nations (UN), in a historic decision, approved a legally binding in...   [ continue reading...]

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Meet America's Most Powerful Drug Reformer: A Conversation with New Drug Policy Alliance Head Maria McFarland Sánchez-Moreno

Click here for reuse options! Both opportunities and challenges await. Led by Ethan Nadelmann since its format...   [ continue reading...]

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Legalising drugs goes hand in hand with peace

Last week the government released its 'new' drug strategy – but there’s nothing new. It's time to list...   [ continue reading...]

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5 Reasons Why Extraordinary Presidential Powers Make It Very Difficult to Nail Trump, His Family or His Team

Click here for reuse options! Pardon power and absolute lack of morals make for a toxic, lawless cocktail. The...   [ continue reading...]

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Chile: Landmark Senate Vote to Ease Abortion Rules

(Washington, DC) – The Chilean Senate on July 19, 2017 adopted a bill to ease abortion restrictions, Human Rights Watch said today. As Chile has the most...   [ continue reading...]

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Public Defender: Body Camera Shows Cop Planting Drugs

While charges were dropped against the suspect, former Baltimore cops say the case should highlight the need to end prohibition   [ continue reading...]

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The South Korean Government Tried to Ban This Peace Activist. Here’s What She Has to Say.

Christine Ahn is a South Korea-born, Hawaii-based peace activist. In 2015, she organized 30 women from around the world to march across the two-mile-wide, heavi...   [ continue reading...]

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Will the Federal Government Make It Illegal to Protest Israel?

A new bill with bipartisan support has drawn the ire of the ACLU and others. A growing number of Republicans and Democrats in Congress are backing a bill...   [ continue reading...]

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Why Cannabis Can Help Even with Difficult Diseases Like Parkinson's

The endocannabinoid system and digestive imbalance play major roles in Parkinson's disease. Research has demonstrated that cannabis medicine may help. Hig...   [ continue reading...]

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Veterans Call on U.S. to Sign Nuclear Ban Treaty

On July 7th, 2017, the United Nations (UN), in a historic decision, approved a legally binding instrument to ban nuclear weapons, the Treaty on the Prohibition...   [ continue reading...]

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'The fatherland of Rausch': how Germany, where many of the world's drugs were invented, began to turn against them

A German chemist invented cocaine in 1859. Heroin was invented by the Bayer corporation in 1888, and a ban was int...   [ continue reading...]

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With Release of NAFTA Negotiating Objectives, Our New Infographic Makes Sense of It All

The United States Trade Representative (USTR) has just released its trade negotiating objectives [PDF] for a revision of NAFTA, the North American Free Tra...   [ continue reading...]

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Network Engineers Speak Out for Net Neutrality

Today, a group of over 190 Internet engineers, pioneers, and technologists filed comments with the Federal Communications Commission explaining that the FCC&rsq...   [ continue reading...]

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15 Key Takeaways From the NEA’s New Policy on Holding Charter Schools Accountable

Click here for reuse options! The NEA draws a firm line against non-local, corporate-run education franchises....   [ continue reading...]

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Syria and the case for editorial accountability

Muhammad Idrees Ahmad writes: On June 29, the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) published a comprehensive report confirming that the n...   [ continue reading...]

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