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Drug War Chronicle
(formerly The Week Online with DRCNet)

Issue #314, 12/5/03

"Raising Awareness of the Consequences of Drug Prohibition"

Phillip S. Smith, Editor
David Borden, Executive Director

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  1. Congressman Seeks to Censor Public Service Transit Ads with Drug Reform Messages -- Istook Provoked By Pro-Marijuana Ads on DC Metro
  2. Thailand Declares Itself "Drug Free" -- Sort Of -- As Human Rights Watchdogs Condemn Anti-Drug Campaign
  3. Italy Marches Bravely into 20th Century: Government Proposal Would Recriminalize Drug Possession, Including Marijuana
  4. Drug Decrim Bill Introduced in Argentina -- Would Also Bar Forced Treatment
  5. Newsbrief: Bhutan Banning Tobacco
  6. Newsbrief: Chicago Catholic High School to Drug Test All Students
  7. Newsbrief: DEA Tries RAVE Act Intimidation Again, But Activists Successfully Fight Back
  8. Newsbrief: Supreme Court Rules Cops Need Wait Only 20 Seconds Before Kicking Down Door
  9. Newsbrief: Federal Appeals Court Rules Traffic Stop Drug Dog Search Illegal
  10. Newsbrief: Needle Access Bill Killed in New Jersey
  11. Newsbrief: Lieberman Clueless On California Medical Marijuana Raids
  12. Newsbrief: This Week's Corrupt Cop (or Teach the Children Well)
  13. Newsbrief: Dr. Donald Abrams Receives FDA Approval for First Human Vaporizer Research
  14. Web Scan: Web Chat with Ira and Ethan, Reason on Ecstasy Research, C-Span Drug Debate, Stratford High Footage
  15. DRCNet Temporarily Suspending Our Web-Based Write-to-Congress Service Due to Funding Shortfalls -- Your Help Can Bring It Back -- Keep Contacting Congress in the Meantime
  16. Perry Fund Accepting Applications for 2003-2004 and 2004-2005 School Years, Providing Scholarships for Students Losing Aid Because of Drug Convictions
  17. The Reformer's Calendar

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