Regardless of who wins the presidency in November, Drug Policy Action is committed to building on the momentum of the current moment to achieve important federal reforms.
To ensure it remains a priority, Drug Policy Action has provided a roadmap for the 2020 Administration to meaningfully address the need for drug policy reform. Specifically, this document–which has been provided to both campaigns–lays out recommendations for federal drug policy reform addressing criminal legal reform and ending the war on drugs, police reform, drug decriminalization, marijuana reform, and harm reduction and substance use disorder treatment. It also provides an outline of federal bills the next Administration should support. These recommendations take into account the ongoing COVID-19 national emergency.
You can view the full transition document here.