Gretchen Burns Bergman

Lead Organizer of Moms United to End The War on Drugs

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Lead Organizer of Moms United to End The War on Drugs, a coalition of groups that has joined forces with the Mexican-lead Caravan for Peace, to urge for reform of drug policy. She is Co-founder of Parents for Addiction Treatment & Healing (PATH), a San Diego based organization.

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A cross-country tour that began on the Mexican border arrived today on Olvera Street in downtown Los Angeles.  Mexican poet Javier Sicilia is leading a caravan to Washington, calling…

Moms United to Reform Drug Policy

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