Current Action Alerts

The Marijuana Opportunity Reinvestment and Expungement Act (MORE Act) would end federal marijuana prohibition in a fair and just way by prioritizing and reinvesting in those who have been most affected by our failed marijuana laws. Tell Congress to support it.

The war on marijuana is far from over – even in states where it’s legal. Tell Congress to support the Marijuana Freedom and Opportunity Act which will de-schedule marijuana at the federal level. 

Tell your Members of Congress to support the CARE Act which will give communities across the country the critical resources they need to address the overdose crisis. This is an opportunity to shift federal priorities where they belong – away from punitive policies to health-based solutions.

During his declaration of a national emergency at the border, President Trump yet again called for the death penalty for people who sell drugs. Tell Congress to stand against harsh drug penalties and to instead adopt the solutions that will save lives.

The DEA could ban kratom and place it in Schedule I at any moment – putting the millions of people who use it at risk of arrest, prosecution and incarceration. Several recent news reports indicate a DEA ruling is imminent. Help us defend kratom from the DEA.

A recent report revealed that the Trump administration has tasked a secret committee with undermining marijuana legalization to stop our progress. It's time for Congress to end federal marijuana prohibition and protect states from federal attempts to thwart legalization. 

The Justice Department threatened states that are moving forward with supervised consumption services despite their proven record of reducing overdose deaths and saving lives. Help us build support in the U.S. Senate to protect states from these federal threats.

The Trump administration has been ramping up the drug war here in the United States, and now it’s trying to export its disastrous agenda abroad.

It's time for the United States to stand against killings in the name of the drug war.