The ever-solicitous Office of National Drug Control Policy has created a website aimed at "entertainment writers and feature journalists," which they say:

provides writers with the opportunity to email specific questions to a select list of drug experts. The site is designed to help writers quickly locate and research critical information on specific drugs.

I'm sure the list is quite "select." As you may recall, the ONDCP got in trouble about five years back for inserting anti-drug themes into popular TV shows. Since they've presumably stopped doing that, I guess this is their next-best try. One wonders: Why are they so concerned at controlling the drug information writers get access to? OK, one doesn't wonder that much. (Hat tip: Bill Piper at Drug Policy Alliance)