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Note from DRCNet: Our mission is to disseminate information. We depend upon our members to keep us informed!! | Media/Legislative Alert: Needle exchangers convicted in New Jersey. Large response needed | New England Journal of Medicine Follows up on its January Editorial in Support of Medical Marijuana | International News: Constitutional Challenge to Canada's Marijuana Prohibition, British Medical Journal editorializes against a US style Drug Czar for UK, Clinton Administration meets to discuss hemispheric cooperation | New Book: Marijuana Myths, Marijuana Facts | Statistic of the Week: We're just not building the prisons fast enough | Demonstration in Washington, DC: Against the ban on federal funding for needle exchange. Participants/ Volunteers/Support needed | Web Site News: Complete newsletter archive, and updated media links page | Job Opportunities: Psst... Wanna be the new UK Drug Czar? | Link of the Week: A somber but inspiring double entry this week from the other side of the world | Quote of the Week: Honesty, not hysteria, educates children | Editorial: When truth is not our vehicle, the messages we send don't reach our kids
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