Earlier this week Vancouver put forward a proposal to Health Canada that would decriminalize a three day supply of drugs.
People who possess small amounts of cocaine, heroin, and meth, will no longer be charged with a crime.
Just two weeks into his new role as a local prosecutor in Michigan, Eli Savit is already reforming the system.
"Prostitution is basically capitalism and sex, which of those two are you against? I’m for both," said pro-sex work candidate Jo Jorgensen.
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B.C. Premier John Horgan has called on the prime minister to decriminalize all drugs.
Two years after Justin Trudeau legalized cannabis, the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police says arresting people for having small amounts of other drugs, such as cocaine and heroin, is “ineffective.”
On Thursday, the congresswoman introduced a landmark criminal justice resolution that did not ignore sex workers' needs.
“We see this not only as a template for Oregon but for the rest of the country and the world."
The landmark bill also empowers them to report abuse and exploitation.
"We left it initially vague on purpose," the campaign manager behind Denver's historic vote told us.