See articles 1 and 2 above for information on the Jubilee Justice 2000
campaign to free drug war prisoners and how you can help. Visit http://www.drcnet.org/justice/
to tell Congress you think the mandatory minimums should go!
FREE SPEECH: Don't
let freedom of speech become a casualty of the war on drugs! Visit
and tell Congress to reject the unconstitutional drug provisions in the
anti-methamphetamine, anti-ecstasy and bankruptcy bills (see http://www.drcnet.org/wol/141.html#freespeech).
"Smoke a Joint, Lose Your License" bill -- visit http://www.drcnet.org/states/california/
to write your state legislators.
NEW YORK: Repeal the
Rockefeller Drug Laws! Visit http://www.drcnet.org/states/newyork/
to send a message to your legislators in Albany.
WASHINGTON STATE: Help
the "Reasonable People" campaign get their drug policy reform initiative
on the ballot -- visit http://www.reasonablepeople.org
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Issue #145, 7/14/00
Clinton Grants Commutations to Five Federal Drug War Prisoners, Four Women, One Man Go Free, 90,000 Remain Behind Bars on Federal Drug Charges | SET THEM FREE: What You Can Do to Help the Jubilee and Related Campaigns | "Mad Mark" or "Sour Souder?" Indiana Congressman Introduces Bill to Preempt State Level Drug Law Reforms | Asset Forfeiture: Florida Task Force So Out of Control Even the Feds are Embarrassed | District of Columbia: City Council Leaps Backward, Heightens Marijuana Penalties | Jamaica Church Leaders Say "Legalize It" | Portugal Decriminalizes Drug Use and Possession, Prescription Heroin and Injection Rooms Coming Next? | Michigan Initiative Effort Fails to Obtain Necessary Signatures | Drug Czar Seeks Deal With Hollywood to Include Anti-Drug Messages in Films | FBI's New Toy Spies on E-Mail, Has Bob Barr Frightened | AlertS: Mandatory Minimums, Free Speech, California, New York, Washington State | HEA Campaign | Event Calendar | Attorney Position Opening at ACLU National Drug Policy Litigation Project | Editorial: Set Our People Free
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