The November Coalition works with grassroots volunteers nationwide to educate the public about the destructive increase in prison population due to our current drug laws.

We alert our fellow citizens, particularly those who are complacent or naive, about the present and impending dangers of an overly powerful federal authority acting far beyond its constitutional constraints. The drug war is an assault and steady erosion of our civil rights and freedoms by federal and state governments.
Drug War News

A.C.L.U. in $50 Million Push to Reduce Jail Sentences
With a $50 million foundation grant, the largest in its history, the American Civil Liberties Union plans to mount an eight-year political campaign across the country to make a change of criminal justice policies a key issue in local, state and national elections.
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Sentencing reform and how to right the drug war’s wrongs
On November 1, the U.S. Sentencing Commission’s plan to reform sentencing for certain drug crimes went into effect. The details were hammered out back in April and July, and they could have been challenged by Congress. Thankfully, Congress declined to do so, and now the commission has a chance at helping nearly half of the 100,000 inmates in federal prison come home earlier than they otherwise would have. Read More
We are revamping November Coalition's website this winter of 2014 and through early 2015.

If you have any ideas for features you'd like to see, email

In the meantime, check out these worthy projects and organizations websites:

The Clemency Report

The Clemency Project

CanDo Clemency

Nation Inside

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Stop the Drug War

Prison Legal News


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