While Director of the Center for Problem Solving Courts (CPSC) in 2001, I wrote a series of articles on Prop. 36, and how best to promote drug policy reform while opposing drug legalization. I proposed straightforward procedures that state and local drug practitioners and their organizations could adopt to maintain their leadership in drug policy reform. I turned those articles into one of my better publications, ”Rational Drug Policy Reform: A Resource Guide”. The monograph was distributed at NADCP’s 2001 National Conference in New Orleans and across the nation, and at the time was well received.