Drug Policy Forum of Massachusetts
The Drug Policy Forum of Massachusetts (DPFM) observes that current drug laws and policies have failed to protect the public health and safety, curb abuse, or eliminate the crime and violence associated with illicit drug trafficking and drug addiction. DPFM envisions a Commonwealth where drug laws and funding priorities are based on science, human rights, and tangible reductions in the harm caused both by drug use and drug laws, instead of our current policy emphasizing criminal punishment. We support a wide range of research and public education to assure that current drug laws and policies receive critical scrutiny and reconsideration.
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