The campaign to repeal the Higher Education
Act drug provision scored two more student government endorsements this
week -- Loyola University in Chicago and De Anza College in California's
Silicon Valley -- bringing the number of new student government endorsements
this semester to nine and the total number to 81.
Please visit http://www.raiseyourvoice.com
to write to Congress and find out how to get involved with the campaign.
Congress needs to hear from you so they know that people care about this
issue; that is what will keep supportive members focused on keeping it
on the Congressional agenda.
Please also call your US Representative
to speak your mind with even greater impact. You can use the Congressional
Switchboard at (202) 224-3121, or visit http://www.house.gov
to look up their contact info yourself.
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Issue #213, 11/30/01
Editorial: Economic Realities | Proposed New Medical Marijuana Initiative Would Create State-Controlled Medical Marijuana Distribution System | Feds Lose "Crack House" Case Against Florida Rave Club Owners | Rave Wars Come to Austin: Cops Threaten Club Owners, Promoters, Negotiations Under Way | Western Australia Decriminalizes Marijuana Possession, Approves Heroin Trials, Rejects Safe Injecting Rooms | The Good, the Bad and the Well-Deserved: Needle Exchange Updates on San Diego, Albuquerque and Chicago | European Drug Monitoring Center Releases Annual Report: Concerns About Cocaine, Ecstasy, HIV/AIDS | Lebanese Government Looks the Other Way as Farmers Harvest Hash Crop, Poppies Now Being Planted | The Souder Files: This Week's Words of Wisdom | Higher Education Act Reform Campaign Gains New Endorsements | Media Scan: National Review on Medical Marijuana | Alerts: HEA Drug Provision, Drug Czar Nomination, Sembler Nomination, DEA Hemp Ban, Ecstasy Bill, Mandatory Minimums, Medical Marijuana | The Reformer's Calendar
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