In conjunction with our friends at Students
for Sensible Drug Policy, DRCNet is this month offering SSDP t-shirts --
featuring the colorful "What Is Wrong With This Picture" graphic depicting
the impact of the drug war on our schools -- free to new and renewing DRCNet
members contributing $35 or more. Or, donate $60 or more and also
receive SSDP's "Talk To Your Parents About Drugs" t-shirt.
In addition to your DRCNet membership and
t-shirt, your contribution will (with your permission) get you a complimentary
one-year membership in SSDP, and will support our combined effort to overturn
the drug offender/college financial aid ban, an effort that is going into
fast mode this month as we try to repeal this bad law once and for all!
Please visit http://www.drcnet.org/augustoffer.html
to donate by credit card or print out a form to mail in with your donation
-- or just send your check or money order to: DRCNet, P.O. Box 18402,
Washington, DC 20036 and include a note to let us know it is for this offer.
Please make sure to enter the size shirt
you want in the comment box at the bottom of our donation form: baby-tee,
small, medium, large or extra-large. Also, you may substitute the
"Talk To Your Parents About Drugs" shirt for "What Is Wrong With This Picture?"
by leaving a note in the same comment box with that request. (Please
also leave a note if you want both; we haven't upgraded our web form yet
to automate all these options.)
Again, visit http://www.drcnet.org/augustoffer.html
to donate or just send your donation to the address listed above.
to see what the two t-shirts look like. Thank you for your support;
with your help the war against the drug war will be won and justice will
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Issue #200, 8/24/01
Editorial: Random Marijuana | More Drug Prisoners Doing More Time in Federal Prison System, According to New Justice Department Report | Colombian Legislators Introduce Legalization, Cultivation Bills, Ask UN to Evaluate Global Anti-Drug Strategies | Jamaican Ganja Commission Calls for Decrim, Battle With US Brewing | Pressure Builds for Safe Injection Rooms in Vancouver as Canadian Medical Association Journal Studies Add Fuel to Fire | NIDA Ecstasy Conference Hears Harm Reduction Call | Aging Behind Bars: New Report from The Sentencing Project Blasts California's Three-Strikes Law | Hutchinson Takes DEA Mantle, Comments Elicit Confusion and Criticism | Hempfest Draws 100,000 in Seattle, Hempstock Draws the Cops in Maine | T-shirts for Victory! Special Offer and Appeal from DRCNet This Month | 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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