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Lisbon, Portugal, Brings Alcohol Harm Reduction to Unhoused People

Around the world, unhoused people lost access to drugs they need to survive as a result of disruptions to incomes…

January 27, 2021

Mexico President: DEA “Fabricated” Accusations Against Military Leader

The Drug Enforcement Administration's imperialist grasp on Mexico seems to be loosening.┬áPresident Andres Manuel L├│pez Obrador has called out the…

January 20, 2021

Watch: A Visually Stunning Chemsex Support Campaign

A Spanish HIV/AIDS organization has launched a colorful video campaign meditating on queer men's chemsex experiences and their pursuit of…

January 14, 2021

NYC Public Housing Residents Denounce Crackdown on Smoking in Their Own Homes

"You either become somebody who lays down and takes it, or you just get to that point that you can't…

January 14, 2021

DEA Agents Report Agency’s Lack of Basic COVID-19 Safety Measures

From homeless encampment sweeps to mass incarceration, law enforcement activities are heightening the COVID-19 pandemic across the country. Although some…

January 12, 2021

What Surging Fentanyl Use Among OAT Patients Says About the Pandemic

During the height of the COVID-19 lockdown in Ontario, Canada, the proportion of mandatory, routine drug screens imposed on opioid…

January 5, 2021

Colombia Weighs Cocaine Legalization Bid, Reboots Aerial Eradication

Colombia, the source of 90 percent of the world's cocaine supply, is split on the political future of its coca…

December 30, 2020

Congress Poised to Restore Drug War Victims’ Federal Student Aid Eligibility

Lawmakers have greenlit a massive COVID-19 relief bill containing a provision that would end a two-decade-long practice of blocking on…

December 24, 2020

CDC Recommends Drug-Checking Services Amid Historic Overdose Deaths

As the already-staggering death toll of the overdose crisis reaches historic heights, the United States' premier public health agency called…

December 24, 2020

Two Roadmaps Show How New York Can Decriminalize Harm Reduction in 2021

Just a month following historic drug policy wins at the ballot box in November, leading public health and criminal justice…

December 22, 2020