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Published on May 12, 2010
Yesterday, Obama's drug czar unveiled the Obama administration's National Strategy for Drug Control. Now they say, that their new strategy is to shift the focus of the drug war from enforcement and criminal prosecutions to prevention and treatment. Something that many law enforcement officials have been calling for for years. And yet if we look at the figures in this new strategy, they just don't seem to add up. Matthew Fogg, a retired Chief Deputy US Federal Marshal and active member of Law Enforcement against prohibition explains why the new strategy isn't enough.