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Co-published with The Nation. Psychedelic-assisted therapies have been hailed as the wave of the future. What if most people can’t afford them?

Co-published with Rolling Stone. A veteran reporter looks back on when he was laid off from his newspaper gig and instead of taking a dead-end desk job turned to running van loads of marijuana across state lines.

Co-published with Literary Hub. “Even after 25 years in journalism, I never knew humanity the way I did working at a strip club and moving product.”

Co-published with CrosscutThe state ranks near worst in the nation for constraints on civil asset forfeiture.

Co-published with CrosscutWashington police sell or use millions of dollars’ worth of seized property each year. Legislators haven’t managed to change the rules.

Co-published with CrosscutEven as Washington winds down its drug war, police still seize homes and cash from low-level suspects.

Co-published with Erie News Now. Other factors include a lack of routine, and concern over the state of stimulus checks.

Co-published with WBUR. A review of Boston police reports reveals the majority of those arrested in “Operation Clean Sweep” were not charged with drug crimes, contrary to claims by city leaders.

Co-published with Huffington Post with additional support from Capital & Main. Photography by Talia Herman. As the timber industry collapsed, one Northern California town turned to marijuana.

Co-published with The Verge. Harsh pregnancy drug laws keep many women from seeking prenatal care, and that puts mother and baby at greater risk.

Co-published with Fast Company Co.EXIST. Portsmouth, Ohio, is a small Rust Belt city ravaged by job loss and economic stagnation. Over time, prescription painkillers replaced the American Dream. When even the pills became too expensive, heroin replaced

Co-published with Fusion. Motels aren't just a place for travellers to sleep—they've also become the front lines in America's housing crisis.

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