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As the former Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Prisons and Youth Justice in the UK, he worked within the prison system and now is cutting a clear path for reformed drug laws through his group, The Conservative Drug Policy Reform Group
It's not very often that we find a current law enforcement officer, in active duty, speaking out about the harms of the drug war. Peter Muyshondt, Police Chief in Antwerp, Belgium, changed his mind after he saw the harms of drugs in his own fam
Christina talks with Dan Reynolds, Host of the ALEC podcast Across The States. American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) is America’s largest nonpartisan, voluntary membership organization of state legislators dedicated to the principles of
Author Colleen Cowles shares her wealth of information on several different aspects of the War on Drugs - the good, the bad and the mind-blowing!
Christina offers her best tips, from a Christian perspective, on how to have a respectful and meaningful conversation about the ending the Drug War.
Chief Taylor's upbringing made her want to become a police officer and she achieved that, and so much more, in the state of Missouri. She has changed her mind about the War on Drugs because of the things she witnessed. Spend a few minutes with
If you've never heard of Kratom, you probably will.  We discuss what it is, how it's used and what the government thinks of it.
When it comes to fines and fees, how difficult is it to get out of the criminal justice system once you get in it?
An attendee at one of our events was concerned that legalization will lead to further moral decay in America. Is that true?
Zara Snapp lives and works in Mexico. What does drug prohibition cause south of the border?
More ER visits? Higher youth arrest rates? And what about driving under the influence? Mike & Christina respond to the points made in this op-ed on why the author believes legal marijuana has devastated Colorado: https://www.usatoday.com/story
IMAGINE A WORLD where fewer loved ones are lost to drug overdose and there’s less crime in our communities. This is the audio version of our TedxTalk for ending a criminal justice approach to drugs in favor of a health-centered approach tha
Sgt. Terry Blevins has worked in numerous capacities in law enforcement, and now advocates for an end to the drug war. What changed his mind, and what trends does he see in law enforcement as reform gains steam? Join us on the show today. 
3 objections to reform: "Doesn't prison help some people?" "Isn't decriminalizing use better than legalizing the substance?" and "Haven't we gone far enough on drug policy reform?" We answer these objections on today's show. 
Catharine Cooper shares the powerful story of how criminalization of drugs - not the drugs themselves - changed the trajectory of her son's life. 
Christina and Mike answer the listener question, “What would the world look like if all drugs were legal, and why is that the world you want your kids to live in?”
End It For Good's Christina Dent joins the Now.See.Hear. podcast with Jack Criss for a special guest podcast, to discuss why the issue of how we approach drugs is so important, and what changed her mind on it. 
Chief Mike Ward has spent his career in law enforcement, but was frustrated at how little they could do to help so many of the people they came in contact with, particularly people struggling with drug addiction. So he did something they had ne
Timothy King is the author of "Addiction Nation: What the opioid crisis reveals about us." He shares the conversation that started him on the path to recovery, and what changed his mind about the Drug War.
Timothy McMahan King, author of the new book "Addiction Nation," explores the transformative power of grace, how Christians can respond to the war on drugs, and why our world may have looked very different had the drug war raged while William W
Bridgette Walton spent years using drugs, with multiple run-ins with the law. She shares her journey of hope - from a life in active addiction, through sobriety and relapse, and now in long-term recovery.
Dr. Scott MacDonald is the lead doctor at Crosstown Clinic in Vancouver, which provides prescription heroin to heroin-addicted people. "We see lives transformed on a daily basis," he says. How is this possible with an approach so counter-intuit
Fred & Pauline Rogers both spent time in prison. After they were released, they met, married, and have been on a mission to help other incarcerated people navigate re-entry and rebuild their lives, with a 0% recidivism rate.
A frequent reason for removing children from their parents' custody and putting them in foster care is "drugs." Kelly Williams is an attorney who has worked in all aspects of child custody and joins us to unpack why kids are removed, why that c
This isn't the story of 1 woman on a mission. It's the story of a woman finding a movement waiting to be given a voice. Join us as we paint the picture of how End It For Good was born, why it's grown so quickly, and what we're aiming for as the
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