Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Celebrities appeal to Obama to #endthewarondrugs

Over 175 celebrities including civil rights leaders, some business leaders and academics have co-signed a letter to President Obama urging treatment and prevention of drugs instead of an enforcement-oriented approach, redress for thousands of low-level federal crack defendants who did not get relief from the Fair Sentencing Act of 2010, fixing the Presidential commutation of sentence and pardon process, support for the "principles" of the Justice Safety Valve Act of 2013 (S. 619, Senators Paul and Leahy), and the Youth PROMISE Act (H.R. 1318, Rep. Scott + 56 cosponsors). They are using the name and the hashtag #endthewarondrugs.

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