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

Issue #39, 4/24/98

"Raising Awareness of the Consequences of Drug Prohibition"

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NEWSFLASH: PBS Frontline to air "Busted: America's War on Marijuana", featuring Will Foster, arthritis patient from Oklahoma sentenced to 93 years for medical marijuana.

ALSO: We've been informed that the Politically Incorrect segment featuring Todd McCormick and Woody Harrelson, which we reported as airing last Monday, will not air until May 19. Sorry for the confusion.

This week's issue of The Week Online is an abbreviated one due to the fact that Adam was in Oklahoma for the Free Will Foster rally until early Wednesday morning, and both Adam and Dave are in Baltimore for the North American Syringe Exchange Network Conference starting on Thursday. While this past week was an eventful one on the Drug War front, we will regretfully be unable to provide our usual original coverage. Next week's issue will touch on the major happenings during the entire two-week period.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  1. Medical Marijuana Protesters Have Charges Dropped
  2. Clinton Administration Declares Syringe Exchange Safe and Effective: But Will Not Lift Ban
  3. Soros Pledges Additional $1 Million for Needle Exchanges in US
  4. Hemispheric Leaders Pledge Cooperation in Global Drug War
  5. Belgium Decriminalizes Cannabis
  6. Editorial: Tobacco, the Newest Drug

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