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Arianna Huffington on Bush Drug Policy Appointments: "The Thing With Two Heads"
http://www.ariannaonline.com/columns/files/051701.html

The Village Voice: Jennifer Gonnerman interviews Paula Thompson in "The Education of a Juror: The Woman Who Bailed Out a Drug Defendant Tells Her Story."
http://www.villagevoice.com/issues/0120/gonnerman.shtml

Dan Shapiro and Dan Forbes cover the Supreme Court medical marijuana ruling for Salon.com:
http://www.salon.com/mwt/feature/2001/05/15/weed_love/
http://www.salon.com/news/feature/2001/05/15/marijuana/

Mother Jones discusses the possible impact of the Supreme Court ruling on the members of a medical marijuana cooperative in Santa Cruz, California in "Half an Ounce of Healing."
http://www.motherjones.com/mother_jones/JF01/marijuana.html

The University of Miami Law Review published Brant Hadaway's "Executive Privateers: A Discussion on Why the Civil Asset Forfeiture Reform Act Will Not Significantly Reform the Practice of Forfeiture," a paper that won this year's Burton Award for student writing.
http://www.fear.org/hadaway.html

The May 18th issue of the Mortality and Morbidity Weekly Report, a publication of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, focuses on injection drug use and related issues such as syringe exchange.
http://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/ or http://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/PDF/wk/mm5019.pdf

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Issue #186, 5/18/01 Editorial: Supreme Fictions | Supreme Court to Medical Marijuana Movement: Drop Dead -- Movement to Feds: Get Real | Study Finds Seattle Drug Arrests Target Blacks, Suggests Decrim Dialogue, Police Chief Suggests Arresting More Whites | In US First, South Carolina Court Finds Drug-Using Woman Guilty of Murder in Death of Fetus | Colombian Coca and Poppy Production Up Last Year Despite Heightened Drug War, Market Crash Ahead? | Thugs Kill New York City Marijuana Retailer, Two Others, Police Blame Marijuana | DEA's Caribbean Office Lied About Arrests, GAO to Investigate | Two Steps Forward, One Step Back in Indiana Sentencing | Canadian Medical Association Journal Calls for Marijuana Decriminalization | Media and Resources: Arianna Huffington, Village Voice, Salon.com, MotherJones.com, U. Miami Law Review, CDC | The Reformer's Calendar
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