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Law Enforcement Against Prohibition Launches United Kingdom Branch


law enforcement against prohibition leap Shelly Fox-LokenI received a fantastic e-mail today announcing the launch of a Law Enforcement Against Prohibition (LEAP) branch in the United Kingdom. See below:

Today, in celebration of LEAP Day, we are thrilled to announce the official launch of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition’s United Kingdom branch! LEAP UK will hold a press conference in the House of Commons today, followed by a launch party, and a March 1st community outreach event “Why These Former Law Enforcement Officers Say End the War on Drugs.” All of us at LEAP wish our colleagues in the UK a sincere congratulations and a successful launch.

LEAP’s reach is rapidly expanding, our speakers are constantly in-demand, and our message has never been more powerful. 2016 promises to be a massive year for drug policy reform in the United States and around the world. LEAP moves legalization, regulation, and control ever forward, and as we continue to grow, we need you with us. Your support allows us to put our criminal justice experts in front of audiences, advocating for an end to the War on Drugs from a uniquely credible perspective. We change minds, and we get results. Will you join me in making a contribution to LEAP today in celebration of LEAP Day, and in honor of our hardworking, dedicated speakers and staff?

Stand with LEAP on LEAP Day!

Thank you,

Major Neill Franklin (Ret.)
Executive Director

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  1. It would be good to have LEAP a lot more active in Australia too. Police here in NSW are on a rampage against the plant right now. New medical use Fed law is just for Big Pharma & poor products, no one else, and even those users will be busted if driving..not for impairment, just for having it in your system.

  2. Too much corruption in parliament for the stupid drug laws to change! Most mps have taken drugs, probably some still do! But they must BS everyone about morals they don’t have.

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