A history of drugs and alcohol in the united states



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STATE

Marijuana Reforms

Treatment instead of Prison

Syringe Availability

Racial Profiling

Federal Opt-Out Welfare Reform

Sentencing Reform

Felon Disenfranchisement

Forfeiture Reform

New Mexico

1999- supports industrial hemp

2001- expands drug treatment, with special provisions for women

1997- establishes a statewide needle exchange programs




2002- total opt-out of federal ban

2002- expands judicial discretion, establishes commission to consider early release

2001– restores voting rights to felons

2002- reforms civil asset forfeiture laws

New York

None

None

2000- deregulates syringes, allowing pharmacies to sell them

None

1997- total opt-out for former drug offenders

None

None

None

North Carolina

None

None

None

1999- mandates traffic stop data collection

1997- partial opt-out for former drug offenders

None

None

None

North Dakota

1999- supports industrial hemp

None

None

None

None

2001- elimination of man mins. For 1st time drug offenders and reforms other laws.

None

None

Ohio

None

None

None

None

1997-total opt-out for former drug offenders

None

None

None

Oklahoma

None

None

None

2000- mandates traffic stop data collection

1997- total opt-out for former drug offenders

None

None

None

Oregon

1997, 1998- medical marijuana legalized

None

None

1997- bans racial profiling, mandates traffic stop data collection

1997- total opt-out for former drug offenders

None

None

2000- reform of civil asset forfeiture laws

Pennsylvania

None

None

None

None

None

None

None

None





STATE

Marijuana Reforms

Treatment instead of Prison

Syringe Availability

Racial Profiling

Federal Opt-Out Welfare Reform

Sentencing Reform

Felon Disenfranchisement

Forfeiture Reform

Rhode Island

None

None

2000- deregulates syringes, pharmacies can sell

2000- mandates traffic stop data collection

1997- partial opt-out for former drug offenders

None

None

None

South Carolina

None

None

None

None

1997- partial opt-out for former drug offenders

None

None

None

South Dakota

None

None

None

None

None

None

None

None

Tennesee

None

None

None

2000- mandates traffic stop data collection

2002- partial opt-out for former drug offenders

None

None

2001- reform criminal asset forfeiture laws.

Texas

None

None

None

2001- bans racial profiling

None

None

None

2001- reforms drug forfeiture laws

Utah

None

None

None

2002- bans racial profiling and mandates traffic stop data collection

1997- partial opt-out for former drug offenders

None

None

2000- reform civil asset forfeiture laws.

Vermont

1996- supports industrial hemp, 2002- legal protections for patients using medical marijuana

None

None

None

None

None

None

None

Virginia

1999- supports industrial hemp

None

None

None

None

2001- community service for 1st time drug possess misdo.

None

None

Washington

1998- legalize medical marijuana for medical use

2002- cuts drug sentences and uses savings to fund treatment

None

2000- mandates traffic stop data collection, 2002-bans race profiling

1997- partial opt-out for former drug offenders

None

None

2001- reforms civil asset forfeiture laws.


STATE

Marijuana Reforms

Treatment instead of Prison

Syringe Availability

Racial Profiling

Federal Opt-Out Welfare Reform

Sentencing Reform

Felon Disenfranchisement

Forfeiture Reform

West Virginia

2002- legalizes industrial hemp for licensed farmers

None

None

2002- bans racial profiling

None

None

None

None

Wisconsin

None

None

None

None

1997- partial opt-out for former drug offenders

None

None

None

Wyoming

None

None

None

None

None

None

None

None



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