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- Gil Kerlikowske director, the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy.
- Carrie Johnson reporter, The Washington Post.
- Ethan Nadelmann executive director, the Drug Policy Alliance.
- Tom Riley former associate director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy (2001-2009).
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