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  • Almanac of Policy Issues: Drug Policy - Background information and links on U.S. drug policy issues.
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  • Australian National Council on Drugs - The ANCD works to ensure that the expert voice of non-government organisations and individuals working in the drug field reaches all levels of government and influences policy.
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  • Canadian Foundation for Drug Policy - A non-profit organization founded in 1993 by several of Canada's leading specialists in drug policy.
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  • Drug Minimization - Prohibition of drugs, as with alcohol, has been a failure. Outright legalization, as with alcohol and tobacco, would also be a failure. What is needed is a middle ground, a true policy of "decriminalization." Specific proposals are examined here.
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  • The Drug Wars - Topics on this site include prohibition, abuse, legalization, and the war on drugs. Heavily hyperlinked to authoritative offsite resources.
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  • Drugging America - Promotional site for a book. Government whistleblowers reveal the truth associated with the war on drugs, the CIA's history of drug trafficking, and widespread coverups and judicial abuses.
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  • Give the People What They Want - Argues that the government should fund research into safe alternatives to recreational illegal drugs, that provide the same benefits without any of the dangerous ill-effects.
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  • Independent Drug Monitoring Unit - Unique drugs research in the UK. Information for students and solicitors.
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  • National Drug Strategy Network - Information sharing network. Takes no official positions on policy matters.
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  • Peripatetic Harm Reduction and Electronic Advice Consulting Services - Australia based consultants that offer a range of services combining expertise from the diverse fields of illicit drugs and electronic communication.
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