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

Issue #46, 6/19/98

"Raising Awareness of the Consequences of Drug Prohibition"

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Due to the UN activities, as well as other business that the DRCNet staff attended to in New York, we regret that we were unable to publish The Week Online last week.  But we're back this week with issue #46.  Thanks to everyone who participated in the many events held across the globe who helped to raise awareness of the growing opposition to the Drug War.  To everyone who collected email addresses for DRCNet, please send them in (we'll pick up the postage costs) so that we can get those new subscribers onto the network.

Rather than provide a piecemeal account of the various events, we will endeavor, in the coming weeks, to post accounts of each event on the Global Days web page at  If you attended (or helped organize) an event and you would like to share your experience with others, please email us with your observations.  This has been an important two weeks for reformers, and we at DRCNet are proud to be working with all of you in our efforts to bring this war, and its attendant human misery, to a speedy end.

Please also note that our local Internet service provider lost about a week's worth of e-mail sent to the DRCNet list manager account, [email protected]  (This is the account to which your mail would go if you replied directly to one of our bulletins.)  If you wrote to that address with an address change or removal, or because your copy of Marijuana Myths, Marijuana Facts hadn't shown up, or for any other reason, please write us again at [email protected] and we will process your request this week.

Speaking of Marijuana Myths, Marijuana Facts, we've mailed out all but the last five copies ordered (we're waiting for the copies to show up here).  If you think you have a copy coming to you, but haven't received it yet, please let us know, and we will check the database and resend it if necessary.

We are please to announce that Mike Gray's book, "Drug Crazy", has been officially released, and we have seen them prominently displayed on many bookstore shelves in the area.  We urge you to go to your nearby store and purchase or order, or at least inquire about, this exciting new chapter in the anti-prohibition effort.  (And when you do, check out page 203!)  If you're not going to go the bookstore route, but might consider ordering it online, visit our site at and follow the link to, and DRCNet will earn 15 percent from your purchase.

Dave and Adam


  1. McCaffrey Calls Legalization Movement "a devious fraud" -- Senator Biden Proposes Hearings
  2. Republican Drug War Amendment to Tobacco Bill Passes Senate, but Legislation Will Likely Fizzle
  3. Pain Patients Protest at Capitol, Blast DEA and Medical Boards
  4. Report on the Heroin Maintenance Conference in New York
  5. Money Laundering Sting Sparks International Incident
  6. Royal Canadian Mounted Police Aided in Money Laundering
  7. Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse Recommends Decriminalization
  8. French Government Report: Marijuana Poses Less Danger Than Alcohol
  9. District of Columbia Medical Marijuana Initiative Seeking Volunteers, Petition Deadline Coming Up
  10. Editorial: A Marker on the Path to Sanity

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