The US Drug Enforcement Administration
(DEA), is currently considering whether to outlaw the plant Salvia Divinorum.
To prepare an immediate response, the Alchemind Society's Center for Cognitive
Liberty & Ethics (CCLE) has established the Salvia Divinorum Defense
Fund, for the purpose of initiating a number of new projects aimed at protecting
Salvia Divinorum's fragile legal status.
to learn more.
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Issue #205, 10/5/01
Editorial: What Is It About Opium? | Politicians Exploiting Drug-Terror Link | Interview: John C. Thompson, Mackenzie Institute, Toronto | Drug War Budgets Unaffected by September Attacks | Wisconsin Lawmakers Seek Tougher Ecstasy Penalties, Would Make Possession a Felony | Supersnitch Scandal: Mistakes Were Made, Says DEA Chief Hutchinson -- But No One Made Them | Violence in the Chapare, Bolivia -- Two Sustain Bullet Wounds | Alert: Senate Judiciary Committee Voting on John Walters Nomination Wednesday | Other Alerts: HEA, Ecstasy Bill, Mandatory Minimums, Medical Marijuana | Salvia Divinorum Defense Fund Established | Errata: Who's a Drug-Runnin' Terrorist? | The Reformer's Calendar
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