jeff sessions

Frontier

Harsher Weed Policies Make Us Less Safe

States like California where marijuana is legal allow criminal justice leadership to re-address real legal priorities.
Emily Weitz
4.19.18
Voices

You Can Fight Back Against Jeff Sessions’s War on Legal Weed

The AG's actions may end up demonstrating the real limits of federal power over citizens and states that reject federal drug policies.
Jolene Forman
Tamar Todd
4.13.18
The Rundown

Trump Administration Hints at Plans to Arrest Mayors Protecting Refugees

How you can help elected officials supporting sanctuary cities.
Impact Staff
1.18.18
Rise Up

These Are the 5 States Most Likely to Legalize Weed in 2018

Jeff Sessions hates weed, but he can't stop these states from making it legal.
Katelyn Harrop
1.17.18
Rise Up

After Decades of Civil Rights Advances, Trump's DOJ Sets the US Backwards

The current administration has shown little regard for preserving or prioritizing the civil rights work of figures like Martin Luther King Jr.
Emily Weitz
1.12.18
The Rundown

Republicans and Democrats are Speaking Out Against Jeff Session' Anti-Marijuana Agenda

State leaders refused to allow Jeff Sessions to continue his war on weed unchecked.
Impact Staff
1.8.18
The Rundown

If You Disagree With Trump's Plan to End DACA Here's What You Can Do

Your guide to what's working, what's not, and what you can do about it.
Impact Staff
9.5.17
The Rundown

National Debate Escalates as Texas Man Attempts to Destroy a Confederate Statue

Your daily guide to what’s working, what’s not and what you can do about it.
Impact Staff
8.22.17
Impact Health

The War on Drugs Has Always Been a Big Waste of Money

As beleaguered Attorney General Jeff Sessions pushes for mandatory minimum sentencing for low-level drug offenses, we crunch some decade-spanning numbers.
Kimberly Lawson
8.1.17
The Rundown

Skinny or Not, GOP Health Care Effort Fails to Squeeze by the Senate

Your daily guide to what’s working what’s not and what you can do about it.
Impact Staff
7.28.17
Impact Health

Criminalizing Addiction Sets a Dangerous Obstacle to Effective Treatment

Rather than treating it as a crime, would policies considering drug addiction as more of an illness galvanize public health perceptions?
Kimberly Lawson
7.25.17
The Rundown

US Senate to Vote on Obamacare Repeal Today, Nuns say No Thanks

Your daily guide to what's working, what's not and what you can do about it.
Impact Staff
7.25.17
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