Kevin Sabet is the president of the Foundation for Drug Policy Solutions and a former White House drug policy advisor to presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton. Sabet has more than 25 years of experience studying, researching, writing about and implementing drug policy. Sabet is an affiliate of Yale University’s Institution for Social and Policy Studies and the Medical School. He holds a doctorate of philosophy and masters of science from Oxford University.
The debate over Measure 110, passed in 2020, was framed as “treatment over incarceration” for drug offenders. It seems all of us have now learned how wrong this framing was. What appeared to be a constructive debate about finding a better response to drug use was in fact a ballot measure that made drug use […]