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Ann Silversides | An inquest into the deaths of two friends in Brockville places a magnifying glass on the downward spiral of those trapped by addiction to prescription drugs and neglected by authorities.
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Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network, BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS | The Global Commission on Drug Policy report denounces the 'war on drugs' as a failure and recommends political leaders worldwide adopt evidence- and rights-based approaches to drug policy.
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Judy Rebick and Cathi Bond | Tim Robbins goes to scary heights scaling Jacob's Ladder and Jon Voight shines in Coming Home.
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Marc and Jodie Emery hug before Marc is taken away, Sept. 28, 2009. Photo: Dave O/Flickr
Cathryn Atkinson | The marijuana legalization activist describes what life in a U.S. prison has been like for her husband.
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rabbleTV | There's a lot of hot air circulating about taxpayers having no voice and getting no respect. Taxpayer and Not Rex, Shawn Syms, tells you what he'd like his money spent on.
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Marija Tosheva and Hristijan Jankuloski | Macedonia is a country with a low rate of HIV -- it is a world leader for progressive thinking with state-sponsored needle exchanges, anti-retroviral drug access, and support for the vulnerable.
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Nico Little | Strict laws on the criminalization of drug use and drug users are fuelling the spread of HIV and should be reviewed, say experts. This video explores various countries' drug laws.
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Nico Little | The UK government rushed in its ban on mephedrone despite scientific advisers cautioning against it. Where do we go from here?
Columnists
Sasha Van Bon Bon | It bears repeating to women who think they're not normal because they don't have orgasms during intercourse that orgasms during intercourse are fairly rare.
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Estimating drug harms
Nico Little | The chairman of the UK government's Advisory Committee on the Misuse of Drugs has called for an evidence-based debate about whether the drug laws are effective. In response, the government fired him.
Columnists
Ralph Surette | With youth gangs and the drug trade generally, a will to face it must be found in the realization that whatever we've been doing -- despite some good work at the street level -- is not enough.
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Ralph Surette | I accuse the criminology profession and the whole "liberal" side of the argument of stifling a proper debate on youth crime, in particular, by swallowing flawed statistics.