I have three copies of Transform's outstanding book titled, After the War on Drugs: Blueprints for Regulation. This is the third book in a trilogy form the Transform Drug Policy Foundation. It provides specific proposals for how drugs could be regulated in the real world.
The book is available for free online if you would like to read it. The problem, of course, is that many of the people who should be reading this book are not reading it, even when it is available free of charge on the Internet.
Here's my challenge for LEAP supporters: please suggest the names of three people who might benefit from reading this book. Ideally these folks would be in law enforcement or politics. They should be open minded (I don't want to send the book to someone who is just going to chuck it in the trash). I'll pick the top three names and send a hardcopy of the book to those people, along with an invitation to join LEAP.
Now, which officials in your home state or province do you think should read this book?