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

Issue #52, 7/31/98

"Raising Awareness of the Consequences of Drug Prohibition"

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  1. NJ NEP Workers' Conviction Upheld in Appeals Court
  2. Oakland City Council Votes to Shield Local Cannabis Dispensary from Federal Prosecution Controversy Over Searches
  3. DOJ Asks for Dismissal of Hemp Suit
  4. Feds Indict Peter McWilliams, Todd McCormick and Others, Alleging Vast Conspiracy to Supply Medical Marijuana
  5. Peaceful Prison Protest Earns Solitary Confinement
  6. Action Request: The Tax Stamp Controversy
  7. New Zealand Health Ministry: Pot Poses No Serious Risk
  8. Newsbriefs
  9. Link of the Week
  10. A Campaign for Substance Awareness
  11. Debating Points
  12. Office of National Drug Control Policy Hard at Work
  13. Editorial: The Pompano Beach Twelve

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