Welcome to Drug War Facts
Most recent updates: February 6, 2016.
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Since it first went online in 1998, Drug War Facts provides reliable information with applicable citations on important public health and criminal justice issues. It is updated continuously by its current Editor, Doug McVay.
Most charts, facts and figures are from government sources, government-sponsored sources, peer reviewed journals and occasionally newspapers. In all cases the source is cited so that journalists, scholars and students can verify, check context and obtain additional information.
Our mission is to offer useful facts, cited from authoritative sources, to a debate that is often characterized by myths, error, emotion and dissembling. We believe that in time an informed society will correct its errors and generate wiser policies.
Drug War Facts is sponsored by Common Sense for Drug Policy. Its directors are Kevin B. Zeese, President; Ernest Drucker, Ph.D., Chair; Robert E. Field, Co-Chair; Melvin R. Allen, JD; David Borden; Balázs Denés, JD; Kris Krane; and Doug McVay.
To the extent of its copyrights, Common Sense for Drug Policy authorizes and encourages the use and republication of some or all portions of this book. Questions, comments or suggestions for additions and modifications are most welcome and may be addressed to Doug McVay at email@example.com.
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