The Life and Struggles of Educators For Sensible Drug Policy
Battling Daren the Lion This is the story of Educators For Sensible Drug Policy. It begins in 2001, when 21-year-old Adam Jones, an education major at the University of Montana at Billings, was arrested for possession of ½ gram of psilocybin mushrooms. He was sentenced to five years in prison, a sentence later […]
Into the Breach, Part 1
Chris Clay “Once more unto the breach, dear friends, once more.” – William Shakespeare I never even entertained the thought of failure, but there it was – with the Supreme Court ruling, the last, best hope for ending cannabis prohibition in decades had collapsed, and I was spent. It’s now twenty years since I was […]
VCBC Celebrates 23 years of operation!
Founded in January 1996, the VCBC is the oldest compassion club in the world, with a growing membership of more than 7,000 patients. From the beginning, one of the fundamental pillars of the club has been the provision of food and skin products, which were historically not available in the black market and were not […]