Karen Hadley in Drug Prevention
May 6, 2018
The Problems with Drug Legalization No One Wants to Talk About
There are many loudly-vocal advocates who claim that the only solution to our drug problem is to make drugs legal, or to at least decriminalize them. Why would this be a disastrously bad idea?
Sue Birkenshaw in Crack Addiction
April 5, 2012
While Crack Cocaine Initiates Have Dropped, this Drug is Still Ruining Lives
Between the mid-1980s and 2002, hundreds of thousands of Americans started using crack cocaine each year. This number finally began to decline and by 2010, fewer than 100,000 people were starting to use crack cocaine each year.