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(renamed "Drug War Chronicle" effective issue #300, August 2003)

Issue #222, 2/1/02

"Raising Awareness of the Consequences of Drug Prohibition"

Phillip S. Smith, Editor
David Borden, Executive Director

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  1. Editorial: On Freedom, Rights and Duties
  2. At the Statehouse I: Former Delaware Governor Heads Effort to End Mandatory Minimums, Stop Prison Expansion
  3. At the Statehouse II: Kentucky Legislator Offers Bill Allowing Police Access to Oxycontin Prescription Records
  4. At the Statehouse III: Marijuana Decrim Bill Dead in New Mexico, Other Drug Reform Measures Still Breathing
  5. At the Statehouse IV: Washington State Legislation Would Reduce Drug Penalties, Recognize Social Dealing
  6. Radical Party Putting Manchester Police in a Pickle over Pot Cafe, Cops Unappreciative
  7. Violent Dope Fiends a Myth: Another Study Finds Alcohol Most Linked to Violence
  8. Bolivia Crisis Sharpens as Parliament Expels Cocalero Leader Evo Morales and US Funded Anti-Drug Forces Kill Again
  9. Norwegian Commission Set to Call for Decriminalization of Drug Use, Possession
  10. Swiss Hemp Activist Freed After International Outcry
  11. White House Drug Office Pays $3.20 Million for Super Bowl Anti-Drug Ads Linking Drugs and Terrorism
  12. Alerts: HEA Drug Provision, Bolivia, DEA Hemp Ban, Ecstasy, Mandatory Minimums, Medical Marijuana
  13. Baltimore Job Opportunity with Injection Drug Use Study
  14. The Reformer's Calendar

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