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Ending Drug War w/ Jason Thomas

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HQ Podcast 41:45  “The drug war has not helped these people or their families; it has led to further incarceration, broken homes and economic instability.” - Jason Thomas

Jason Thomas served as a detention officer in a 125-bed county jail in Prowers County, Colorado and as a town marshal’s deputy in Holly, Colorado. Prior to taking on these roles, he had military and corporate sales experience, but he wanted to go into law enforcement to serve the needs of his community.
 
Growing up in California, Jason was always opposed to marijuana prohibition because it never made sense to him. But when he began working in law enforcement, he witnessed firsthand the devastating impact of drug arrests. “The drug war has not helped these people or their families; it has led to further incarceration, broken homes and economic instability,” he says. Websites: TBG Companies, Inc. & Law Enforcement Against Prohibition

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