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The Addiction Podcast Interview with Amy Ronshausen

Drug Free America Foundation is fighting the good fight against drug abuse in this country.  DFAF and it's sister organization - Save Our Society from Drugs (SOS) work to defeat drug legalization attempts; promote sound drug policies; and prevent drug use, abuse and addiction. This interview is with Deputy Director - Amy Ronshausen - and it will debunk everything you think you know about marijuana.

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Drug Free America Foundation Releases Opioid Prevention Toolkit

On August 31st, 2017, Drug Free America Foundation released a first-of-its-kind Opioid Tool Kit in an effort to help address the opioid epidemic gripping the United States. The Opioid Tool Kit was unveiled in conjunction with International Overdose Awareness Day, a global event held on August 31st each year that aims to raise the awareness of the problem of drug overdose-related deaths.


Toxic Chemicals Killing California Wildlife At Illegal Marijuana Grows

"The forest service is now approaching 400 illegal grow sites this year in California. There is no specific designated budget for mitigating the sites, which are increasingly complicated and expensive to resolve with the presence of carbofuran."

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DFAF Releases Back to School Guide

Drug Free America Foundation has released a Back to School Guide titled "Youth and Substance Abuse". The guide reaches out to parents and teachers to express the need for communication with youth regarding substance abuse, as well as warning signs of substance abuse to be aware of.

You can find the full guide under our Press Kit Resources.


Dog racing ‘has a drug problem’ as 12 Florida greyhounds test positive for cocaine

"The Jacksonville scandal is easily the “biggest greyhound drug case in American history,” Carey Theil, executive director of industry watchdog group, GREY2K USA Worldwide, told The Washington Post. This is the second cocaine testing to rock Florida’s dog tracks this year, fitting into larger pattern of increased cocaine across the sport, Theil explained."


Florida Judge Backs Two More Medical Marijuana Licenses

"In a long-awaited decision, an administrative law judge Tuesday called for the state to issue two new licenses to medical marijuana operators, saying competing businesses —- which lost out to another operator selected by Florida health officials in 2015 —- were virtually tied.

Administrative Law Judge John Van Laningham's recommended order came months after a hearing in the matter and…


Pesticides and Pot

"An NBC4 I-Team investigation found evidence suggesting that pesticides could be present in a lot of the marijuana legally sold in California. And, some scientists are especially concerned about those pesticides being inhaled when people smoke or vape marijuana."

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An Open Letter to the Citizens of Florida

An Open Letter to the Citizens of Florida:

As Florida sheriffs we have taken an oath to serve and protect the citizens of this great state and are obligated to warn you of the dangers of Amendment 2. Our desire is not to debate the validity of marijuana as a medicine, but to inform you that Amendment 2 is still a wolf in sheep's clothing riddled with loopholes large enough…


Congratulations to our 2016 Moxie Award Winners

Congratulations to our 2016 Moxie Award Winners

  1. Dr. Bertha Madras
  2. David Evans 
  3. Ellen Snelling
  4. Teresa Miller
  5. Cabell Vildibill
  6. Nancy Hamilton
  7. Mark and Laurie Serra
  8. Mike Dyer
  9. Eileen LaHaie
  10. Senator Jack Latvala
  11. Representative Darryl Rouson  
  12. Pat…

International Task Force on Strategic Drug Policy Releases Recommendations on International Drug Control in Preparation for the United Nation’s General Assembly Special Session (UNGASS)

Members of the International Task Force on Strategic Drug Policy (ITFSDP) have analyzed marijuana legalization in key states within the United States noting various consequences of this failed policy. Further, Task Force members stand in support of our international drug treaties and intend to work to preserve them, along with public health and safety, through a set of policy recommendations that…