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

Issue #15, 10/11/97

"Raising Awareness of the Consequences of Drug Prohibition"

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  1. Media Alert: CNN covering Vancouver's Marc Emery Tomorrow (Sunday night)
  2. First Federally Sponsored Med Mj Research Research Approved
  3. Clinton AIDS Advisors Consider Resignation in Protest of Federal Ban on Needle Exchange Funding
  4. Interview with Alexander Robinson
  5. FBI Report Shows a Record Year for Marijuana Busts
  6. American Medical Association Calls for More Rational Drug Policies
  7. Canadian Ambassador to Mexico Steps Down
  8. Hung Jury for Hawaiian Activist Charged with Buying Legal Hempseed
  9. BC Canada's Attorney General Calls for an Examination of Decriminalization
  10. Aussies Spending $7 Billion Per Year on Illegal Drugs: Report notes failure of Prohibition
  11. 1997 Miss America Calls for Needle Exchange
  12. Quote of the Week: Prominent drug policy researcher calls CASA's work thin
  13. Link of the Week: Expose of some of CASA's thinness
  14. Editorial: The voices of reform are growing louder... whether or not the Drug Warriors want to hear them

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