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The Week Online with DRCNet
(renamed "Drug War Chronicle" effective issue #300, August 2003)

Issue #13, 9/28/97

"Raising Awareness of the Consequences of Drug Prohibition"

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Dear DRCNet reader:

This 13th edition of the Week Online with DRCNet comes to you a few days late because of a busy week preparing for our move to new office space -- DRCNet is growing! Though this issue does not include some of the usual special sections like the Link of the Week and the Quote of the Week, nor the usual table of contents and interlocking web version, I think you'll agree that the range of events that have transpired around the U.S. and internationally is extraordinary. We see a world gone mad but groping for sanity.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  1. Campaign '97 Update
  2. 9 Year-Old Busted on Candy Rap
  3. Another French Official Speaks Out for Legalization of Cannabis
  4. Mexican Priest Praises Drug Traffickers' Benevolence... Journalists Attacked by Archbishop's Aides for Asking Questions about the Incident
  5. Baltimore Health Commissioner Testifies on Needle Exchange
  6. Spy vs. Spy
  7. Cia Turns 50
  8. Freudian Slip
  9. Mexican Journalists Terrorized
  10. Former Pakistani Prime Minister's Accounts Alleged to Contain "Drug Money"
  11. Swiss Voters Overwhelmingly Approve Heroin Maintenance and Other Liberal Drug Policies
  12. Dutch Heroin Maintenance to go Ahead as "Pilot Project"
  13. Canada's Medical Marijuana Prohibition Challenged by Multiple Sclerosis Patient
  14. Reformers Charge Washington State Government with Using Federal Funds to Politic Against Drug Reform Initiative
  15. Black Market Meth Labs Kill One Child, Force Evacuation of 30 Families
  16. Shalala Continues to be Dogged by Needle Exchange Questions
  17. Editorial: World Gone Mad

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