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Things You Can Do

Become an Active Member of one or more of the following organizations:


YOU can have a greater impact on influencing true legislative and policy change by plugging in with one or more of the following organizations. Select the ones that are most compatible with your personal goals in reforming current drug policies at either the local, the state or the federal level.

DrugSense and/or  MAP, Inc.
DrugSense and their Media Awareness Project specialize in teaching citizens and organizations how to make more of an impact on local radio, television and print media. MAP also provides the web's largest collection of links and support material for legitimate reform organizations worldwide. And their online Drug News Library is the largest archive on the planet for newspaper and major magazine clippings which address public drug policy news and opinion. The Drug News Library is updated continually 24/7.

Law Enforcement Against Prohibition
Current and former members of law enforcement who support drug regulation rather than prohibition.

November Coalition
National organization working to free those unjustly imprisoned by the Drug War.


Florida Cannabis Action Network
FLCAN is the oldest and most influential activist organization in the state of Florida educating the public and influencing marijuana law reform.

The Marijuana Policy Project
With more than 19,000 dues-paying members and more than 100,000 e-mail subscribers, the Marijuana Policy Project is the largest marijuana policy reform organization in the United States.

More Things You Can Do

This list is a two way public listserv created for the purpose of connecting Florida residents who are interested in reforming one or more of the failed public drug policies that affect our state, our nation and our world.

The Media Activism Facilitator (MAF) project is aimed at individuals and groups that are actively working to reform current national and state drug policies, in both the U.S. and Canada.

Vigil For Lost Promise:
Help support those who have died from drugs and the drug war by placing a link to the Vigil For Lost Promise site and/or visiting it:

Visit the site:

Vigil for Lost Promise

Link to the site:
If you have a web page and would like to help on this, simply place a link to http://www.vigilforlostpromise.org with the words 'Vigil for Lost Promise' as the linked words.

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