Tag: Law Enforcement Against Prohibition

  • Law Enforcement Against Prohibition – Part 3: An Uncritical Media

    (PART 3 OF 3) This paper is an expanded version of one presented on behalf of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition (LEAP) on Feb 4 2015 at the University of Victoria. (Read Part 1: Racism and Part 2: Illegitimate Laws) An Uncritical Media A major obstacle to reforming our cannabis laws are vested bureaucratic interests, mostly […]

  • Law Enforcement Against Prohibition – Part 1: Racism

    (Part 1 of 3) This paper is an expanded version of one presented on behalf of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition (LEAP) on Feb 4 2015 at the University of Victoria. Introduction This brief statement is an elaboration of points made on behalf of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition at the University of Victoria on February 4, […]

  • Alison Myrden Cannabis Crusader

    (image: AlisonMyrden.com)   by Al Graham It was 2003 when I first heard of Alison Myrden. I know the year because it was just shortly after my first ever Crohn’s flare up, and the year I became involved in the cannabis community. As time went on, I wanted to get better educated about cannabis so […]

  • BC Municipalities Vote Sensibly

    At the end of Sept. the Union of B.C. Municipalities voted on a resolution lobbying Ottawa to decriminalize marijuana and study the benefits of taxing and regulating cannabis in Canada. While this affects no real change in the laws, it is a small step that signifies that public leadership in British Columbia has reached a […]

  • A LEAP Forward for Nanaimo

    By Blair Hedley John Anderson, a professor of Criminology at Vancouver Island University, was recently made the Nanaimo area speaker for Law Enforcement Against Prohibition. I got in touch with him in late Nov., and he told me all about it. To start with, what exactly are a LEAP speaker’s duties? Well, I think you […]