Common Sense for Drug Policy reports that one of William Hurwitz's patients killed herself on March 16.
What does CSDP stand for?
CSDP stands for Common Sense for Drug Policy
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Robert Sharpe, policy analyst, Common Sense for Drug Policy, Washington DC, America.
Robert Sharpe,MPA, Policy Analyst, Common Sense for Drug Policy, Wa shington DC, USA
Zeese, an attorney and president of Common Sense for Drug Policy, says Gralla has previously testified on behalf of the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), which opposes changing marijuana's status.
based organization called Common Sense for Drug Policy.
According to a new report from Common Sense for Drug Policy, planned revisions in the way the feds calculate the budget would make it appear that the administration has cut drugwar spending to $11.
For more information, call Common Sense for Drug Policy at (703) 354-5694, or go to the web site at www.