of the Federal District Court in San Francisco,
is opposed to mandatory minimum drug sentences because he believes they are
is professor at the School of Public Policy and Social
Research University of California, L.A. He recently joined a group of
scientists, drug experts and public officials in proposing a new middle of the
road approach to America's drug policy.
of Yale University is the foremost historian of U.S.
drug policy. He has spent years studying its history and, in particular,
attitudes toward marijuana. He is the author of "The American Disease:
Origins of Narcotic Control."
are members of the Warsaw Indiana Police
Department. They work for the D.A.R.E. program (Drug Abuse Resistance
Education) teaching drug education in the Warsaw schools.
is a journalist who has written several articles on the
history and impact of marijuana law enforcement.
is Professor of Criminal Justice at Illinois State
University and has done extensive research on the domestic marijuana
is a former DEA agent who ran Indiana's war on marijuana.
He now teaches undercover police techniques.