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in the Wall
- Government bending under pressure on medical marijuana?
- The continuing turbulent saga of needle exchange in the United States.
Scientists and the General
- Contrast between the scientist panel's objective look at medical marijuana
and the drug czar's attempts to kill the issue any way he could.
- U.S. Marines on anti-drug border duty proved a recipe for tragedy in
the small town of Redford, Texas.
- DPF Heads
to New Orleans
- The 11th International Conference on Drug Policy Reform heads south
- A sophisticated numerical analysis by the RAND Corporation verifies
- U.S. drug policy out of step with the world.
Crazy After All These Years
- The National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws marks marijuana
prohibition's 60th anniversary with a special report.
Myths, Marijuana Facts
- New book by Drs. Morgan and Zimmer blows the lid off the government's
- Listings of recently released reports, videos, and reviews of recently
- Drug policy reform events as well as events relating to a wide range
of topics of interest to reformers.
- Disparity Dilemma
- Why are we losing the fight for the most popular reform currently on
Issue #10, 9/5/97
International News: Britain, Costa Rica, Netherlands, Amazon | Death Threats: Cartels threatening US officials? | Publishing News: Ex-CIA drug runner signs with Doubleday Books to tell all. (And of course, sells the movie rights!) | Medical Marijuana: New Mexico Board says "Tell it to the Feds" as Journey for Justice II Readies to Hit the Road | The Activist Guide: New issue of DRCNet's newsletter -- hot off the press! | Calendar Updates: Exciting event listings that have come in since our last calendar distribution | Protests in Washington! Activists from various drug policy causes take it to the front line | "A Third Way:" A group of moderates issue "Principles for a Practical Drug Policy" | Link of the Week: Kemba's Nightmare | Quote of the Week: This guy's running for sheriff? Bob Marley should've moved to Mendocino County | Editorial: Op-ed: Contrasting views on the new moderates, from the Associate and Executive Directors of DRCNet!
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