Rethinking Drug-Free School Zones

In the 1980’s, at the height of the “crack” cocaine epidemic in the United States, drug-free school zones were created to deter people from dealing narcotics in and around the area. Such laws were considered to be common sense measures in an effort to combat what was, at the time, the most serious drug related...
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6,000 Nonviolent Drug Offenders To Be Released

The population of the United States is roughly five percent of the world, yet the country houses 25 percent of the world’s total prison population. In the last 30 years, the American prison population has more than quadrupled, according to a 2013 article from The New York Times. Of the more than 2.4 million prisoners,...
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