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

Issue #19, 11/15/97

"Raising Awareness of the Consequences of Drug Prohibition"

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  1. NJ Needle Exchange Continues Legal Battle: Medical Necessity Defense Rejected By Judge
  2. Virginia Pushes Envelope on Pain Control: Medical Society Calls For Greater Acceptance Of Narcotics
  3. Marihuana The Forbidden Medicine: Revised and Expanded Edition of the Landmark Book by Grinspoon and Bakalar
  4. Media Alert: Magazine Does Hatchet Job on San Francisco's Reform-Minded District Attorney
  5. Events: The Reformer's Calendar Updated -- Events Coming Right Up!
  6. Junior High Student Suspended for Supplying Cough Drop
  7. Drug Czar "Sends a Message" to the Pentagon Over Anti- Drug Budget: Military Reluctant To Expand Drug War Involvement
  8. Shultz And Friedman Tell California Cops "Drug War is a Dismal Failure"
  9. Undercover Federal Narc Shoots Teen Holding Candy Bar
  10. Consumption of (Legal) Alcohol Plunges
  11. 18 Students Share Needle in Science Class
  12. 51% of Canadians Favor Decriminalization of Marijuana
  13. Clinton Removes Syria, Lebanon from List of Problem Drug Trafficking Nations
  14. Rheumatoid Arthritis Sufferer Gets 9-Month Suspended Sentence in England
  15. Colorado Governor Calls for Sentencing Reform: Prefers Alternatives to Incarceration and Educational Spending
  16. Editorial: Youth are Victims of Drug War

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