Ending Drug Prohibition

Links to Organizations Advocating an End to Drug Prohibition

Lookup your Federal and State Elected Officials contact information.

Law Enforcement Against Prohibition (LEAP) is an organization of over 5000 law enforcement officers who have realized that the War On Drugs is causing more harm than the tragedy of an individual who abuses drugs. Please watch their video below.

Recent Drug Prohibition News

Columbia Tribunes View: The Drug War - A continuing folly (March 13, 2007)

Not long ago Columbia police made the largest marijuana bust in their history. U.S. officials express encouragement over reduced cultivation of poppies for opium in northern Afghanistan. An entire industry keeps track of illegal drug use. More ...

Missouri Senate Bill 107 adds harsher penalties for marijuana near parks (February 22, 2007)

A bill is rapidly moving through the Missouri Senate which would drastically increase the penalties for sharing a joint within 2/5 of a mile of any public or private park. The term private park is not defined. More ...

Springfield Missouri - Raid on home turns up no meth lab but leaves two injured (June 24, 2006)

"I've had lots of knee surgery, and they slammed me down so hard on my knees," she said.

"They" are members of COMET -- the Combined Ozark Multi-Jurisdictional Enforcement Team -- who broke into her home Thursday night to execute a search warrant for a reported meth lab.

They found none after breaking windows, doors and screens and knocking Durr-Pojar and Pojar to the floor and handcuffing both of them. More ...