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

Issue #145, 7/14/00

"Raising Awareness of the Consequences of Drug Prohibition"

Phillip S. Smith, Editor
David Borden, Executive Director

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  1. Clinton Grants Commutations to Five Federal Drug War Prisoners, Four Women, One Man Go Free, 90,000 Remain Behind Bars on Federal Drug Charges
  2. SET THEM FREE: What You Can Do to Help the Jubilee and Related Campaigns
  3. "Mad Mark" or "Sour Souder?" Indiana Congressman Introduces Bill to Preempt State Level Drug Law Reforms
  4. Asset Forfeiture: Florida Task Force So Out of Control Even the Feds are Embarrassed
  5. District of Columbia: City Council Leaps Backward, Heightens Marijuana Penalties
  6. Jamaica Church Leaders Say "Legalize It"
  7. Portugal Decriminalizes Drug Use and Possession, Prescription Heroin and Injection Rooms Coming Next?
  8. Michigan Initiative Effort Fails to Obtain Necessary Signatures
  9. Drug Czar Seeks Deal With Hollywood to Include Anti-Drug Messages in Films
  10. FBI's New Toy Spies on E-Mail, Has Bob Barr Frightened
  11. AlertS: Mandatory Minimums, Free Speech, California, New York, Washington State
  12. HEA Campaign
  13. Event Calendar
  14. Attorney Position Opening at ACLU National Drug Policy Litigation Project
  15. Editorial: Set Our People Free

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