Have you or someone you know or know of lost financial aid for college because of a drug conviction? The Higher Education Act Reform Campaign urgently needs to find students in the greater New York City area who fit this description. The need is urgent because some of the most major media outlets in the country are asking for them, and they want to do the stories now!
Please contact DRCNet at (202) 293-8340 or Students for Sensible Drug Policy at (202) 293-4414 if you can help, or e-mail [email protected]. Visit http://www.raiseyourvoice.com for further information on this campaign.
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Issue #198, 8/10/01
Editorial: Nostalgia for the '80s | With National Drug Treatment Binge Looming, Survivors Conference in Suburban DC Targets Abusive Programs | Court Ruling Brings New York City Needle Exchange Suit a Step Closer to Class Action Status | Two Steps Backward, No Steps Forward in Illinois: No to Hemp, Yes to Draconian Ecstasy Penalties | Canadian Health Minister Has "Open Mind" on Marijuana Legalization | Reams Reeferendum Underway in Virginia, Libertarian Candidate Enters Lt. Governor Race to Push Marijuana Reform | Hawaii Pays Hemp Advocates $75,000 in Persecution Settlement | Reformer Profile: Ethan Nadelmann | T-shirts for Victory! Special New Offer and Appeal from DRCNet This Month | Media Scan: Major Dan Forbes/Salon.com Scoop, National Review, OC Register, Village Voice, Rolling Stone, Economist | Resources: Andean Regional Initiative, Salvia Divinorum, Australian National Crime Authority | Action Alerts: Ecstasy Bill, HEA, Mandatory Minimums, Medical Marijuana, John Walters | HEA Campaign Still Seeking Student Victim Cases -- New York Metropolitan Area Especially Urgent | The Reformer's Calendar
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