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

Issue #164, 12/15/00

"Raising Awareness of the Consequences of Drug Prohibition"

Phillip S. Smith, Editor
David Borden, Executive Director

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  1. New Jersey Racial Profiling Documents Go Online: Historic Opportunity for Activists, Researchers, Public
  2. On Campuses, Student Drug Reform Movement Gathers Steam, Federal Financial Aid Anti-Drug Law a Rallying Point
  3. Latin America Experts Urge Next President to Reassess Drug Policy
  4. OAS Body Meets to Evaluate Hemispheric Nations' Drug Policies, Could Provide Model to Replace US Certification
  5. Rocky vs. Barry: Salt Lake City Mayor Takes on the Drug Czar
  6. Follow That Story: British Columbia Premier Backs Vancouver Agreement, Heroin Maintenance
  7. Follow That Story: Oregon Asset Forfeitures on Hold for Now, Cops, Prosecutors Worried About New Law's Impact
  8. Newsbrief: Under Budget Pressure, Washington State Officials Consider Shorter Sentences For Drug Offenders
  9. Alberta Judge Rules Parliament Must Create Medical Marijuana Source or Cultivation Will Be Legal in the Province
  10. Media Scan: Daily News on Amnesty for Drug Offenders
  11. Job Opportunity: US Drug Czar
  12. The Reformer's Calendar
  13. Editorial: Unattainable Standards

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