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(renamed "Drug War Chronicle" effective issue #300, August 2003)
Issue #215, 12/14/01
"Raising Awareness of the Consequences of Drug Prohibition"
Phillip S. Smith, Editor
David Borden, Executive Director
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This issue of the Week
Online, #215, is dedicated to California's Proposition 215 (the first statewide
medical marijuana initiative, passed in 1996), to all those who labor for
and support patients' rights, and to patients everywhere.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
- Do You Read the Week Online?
- Top British Cops Call for Legal Heroin for Addicts, Liberal Democrats Join Growing Ecstasy Rescheduling Chorus
- Marijuana Arrests Fuel Increase in Teen Drug Treatment Numbers
- DEA Dog and Pony Show on Narcoterror Rallies Drug Warriors, Initiates New Propaganda Campaign
- Narco News Lawsuit Thrown Out: Precedent Extends Press Protections to the Internet
- Bolivian Cocaleros Call for Pause in Blockades
- Catholic Progressives Differ with Pope on Drug Prohibition
- Utah Town Makes Marijuana Possession Ten Dollar Fine, Draws Heat, Will Retreat
- DEA Okays First Medical Marijuana Trials in Nearly Two Decades
- Book Review: "Narcocorridos: A Journey Into the Music of Drugs, Guns, and Guerrillas"
- Media/Web Scan: Mother Jones, BigTenU.org, Essence, Reason, ColorLines, FPIF Report, FEAR Manual, Hutchinson-Johnson Debate
- Bay Area: Job Opportunity at Harm Reduction Coalition
- Alerts: Bolivia, HEA Drug Provision, Sembler Nomination, DEA Hemp Ban, Ecstasy Bill, Mandatory Minimums, Medical Marijuana
- The Reformer's Calendar
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