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(renamed "Drug War Chronicle" effective issue #300, August 2003)

Issue #236, 5/10/02

"Raising Awareness of the Consequences of Drug Prohibition"

Phillip S. Smith, Editor
David Borden, Executive Director

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  1. Editorial: Unsafe Streets
  2. Leading Education, Civil Rights, and Drug Policy Organizations Urge Congress to Repeal HEA Drug Provision in Full
  3. Congressional Drug and Terrorism Expert Says Legalization Could Cut Crime
  4. Needle Exchange Not Playing Well in Peoria
  5. Philadelphia Trying to Quash Open-Air Drug Markets With Massive Police Presence
  6. In Hartford, Neighborhood Drug Fighters and Drug Reformers Inhabit Parallel Universes
  7. Million Marijuana March Hits 200 Cities Worldwide, Major Arrests Only in NYC
  8. Patient's Hunger Strike for Medical Cannabis Enters Fourth Week
  9. Newsbrief: FDA Okays Marijuana Hair Test, Would Detect Up to Three Months
  10. Newsbrief: German Heroin Deaths Decline After Safe Injection Sites Introduced
  11. Newsbrief: South Dakota Hemp Petition Signatures Submitted, Seeds Planted
  12. Newsbrief: Philippine Official Asks End to Vigilante Killings of Drug Dealers, Users
  13. Newsbrief: Canadian Senate Panel Hints at Marijuana Legalization
  14. NPR and Reuters on HEA and SSDP
  15. The Reformer's Calendar

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