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

Issue #78, 2/12/99

"Raising Awareness of the Consequences of Drug Prohibition"

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  1. Announcements
  2. As Certification Debate Nears, Mexico Declares "Total War" on Drugs
  3. White House Releases Drug Strategy Amid Criticism from Reformers
  4. New York State's Top Judge Calls for Rethinking of Rockefeller Drug Laws
  5. County Requests Federal Okay to Conduct Medical Marijuana Study
  6. Impact of the Closure of a Needle Exchange Program
  7. Editorial: Young Entrepreneurs and the Culture of Prohibition

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