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

Issue #179, 3/30/01

"Raising Awareness of the Consequences of Drug Prohibition"

Phillip S. Smith, Editor
David Borden, Executive Director

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  1. Editorial: Medical Marijuana Patients Shouldn't Have to Go to the Supreme Court
  2. Supreme Court Hears Oral Arguments on Oakland Cannabis Buyers Co-op Case, State Medical Marijuana Laws Will Stand Regardless
  3. Interview: Alan Bock on Medical Marijuana in California
  4. Eyes on the Prize: European Drug Reformers Call for Legalization, Target Global Prohibition Regime -- Brussels Confab Focuses on UN Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs
  5. Mexico: Chihuahua Governor Adds Voice to Legalization Chorus, Extends Rhetorical Hand Across Border to Gov. Johnson
  6. In California, the Medical Marijuana Struggle Grinds On
  7. DEA Denies Marijuana Rescheduling Petition -- Petitioners Promise Appeal, Question Timing
  8. Kampia vs. the Inquisition: House Republicans Rake Reformer Over the Coals
  9. High School Drug Tests Barred Again, This Time in Oklahoma -- Divided US Circuit Court Decisions Herald Eventual Supreme Court Resolution
  10. OpenTheCan.org: November Coalition Label Campaign
  11. Kentucky Governor Signs Industrial Hemp Bill
  12. Hemp and Medical Marijuana Initiatives Gear-Up in South Dakota, State Legislature is Hopeless
  13. Calling All Spanish Speakers: Volunteers Needed to Proof "DRCNet en Español"
  14. Harm Reduction Coalition's Latest Communication Now Available, Newsletter Provides Insights, Questions
  15. The Reformer's Calendar
  16. Errata

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