Date: September 07, 2008
Subject: Questions and Answers
No doubt we have all fantasized about the questions we might personally ask political candidates, the drug czar, or even average folk about the drug war: Why do we incarcerate so many non-violent drug offenders? Why do we as taxpayers fund a $60+ billion war on mere plants? Why are violent raids conducted against mostly peaceful citizens?
We also ask questions; and nineteen of them are displayed here: www.mapinc.org/questions.htm DrugSense was created to ask and attempt to answer questions, and to keep our press and politicians honest, which is why we provide free resources concerning worldwide drug policy.
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