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

Issue #178, 3/23/01

"Raising Awareness of the Consequences of Drug Prohibition"

Phillip S. Smith, Editor
David Borden, Executive Director

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  1. Mexico's President Fox Talks Legalization, Becomes Second Western Hemisphere Head of State to Break With Drug War Consensus
  2. Sentencing Commission Sets Harsh New Ecstasy Penalties, Panel Ignores Scientific, Medical Testimony, Heeds Only Drug Warriors
  3. Supreme Court Bars Drug-Testing of Expectant Mothers in South Carolina Case
  4. See No Evil: New Jersey State Officials Sat on Racial Profiling Data for Years, Testimony at Hearings Contradicts Earlier Accounts, Points Finger at Verniero
  5. New Mexico Post Mortem: Modest Reforms Enacted as Legislative Session Closes, Major Components of Johnson Package Await Another Time
  6. DRCNet Interview: Dave Miller, Legislative Liaison for New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson
  7. Puerto Rico Update: Drug Czar Office Created, Collazo Bows Out, McCaffrey Signs on as Advisor
  8. Australian Prime Ministers Ousts Reformers from Drug Panel, Shows "Zero Tolerance" for Contrary Opinions
  9. Alert: Drop the Rock (New York State)
  10. The Reformer's Calendar
  11. Errata: Switzerland
  12. Editorial: The Next Wave of the Drug Debate

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