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

Issue #153, 10/2/00

"Raising Awareness of the Consequences of Drug Prohibition"

Phillip S. Smith, Editor
David Borden, Executive Director

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This issue has been released a few days later than usual due to staff illness. We will be resuming our usual Friday morning publication schedule this week.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  1. Bolivia: Coca Growers Battle Government Troops as Banzer Regime Totters
  2. Drug-Related Cases On Supreme Court Fall Docket, Tattered Fourth Amendment Again at Issue
  3. More than 100 Leading Medical Professionals Urge US Surgeon General to Protect Doctor-Patient Relationship at Risk in Upcoming Supreme Court Case
  4. Follow That Story: Texas Border DAs Again Tell Feds to Pay Up or They Won't Prosecute
  5. Elections 2000:00:00 Voter Initiatives Address Medical Marijuana, Marijuana Legalization, Sentencing Reform and Asset Forfeiture
  6. Lies, Damn Lies, and Congressman Mica: Funny Numbers on Drug Deaths and Murder
  7. Newsbrief: Colombian Rebels Issue Threat to US Troops
  8. Newsbrief: San Francisco Rejects Seizing Drug Buyers' Cars
  9. Coalition for Jubilee Clemency
  10. Media Scan -- Salon.com Scoop Charges LA Police Chief Had Evidence of Rampart Corruption a Year Before Expose, Arianna Huffington on Drug War in "Jim Crow, the Sequel" Column
  11. Job Opportunities with Santa Cruz Needle Exchange Program
  12. The Reformer's Calendar

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