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Drug War Chronicle
(formerly The Week Online with DRCNet)

Issue #318, 1/2/04

"Raising Awareness of the Consequences of Drug Prohibition"

Phillip S. Smith, Editor
David Borden, Executive Director

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DON'T FORGET THE 60 MINUTES MANDATORY MINIMUMS SPECIAL SUNDAY NIGHT: Sunday, January 4, Ed Bradley hosts "More Than They Deserve," CBS, features Eric Sterling of the Criminal Justice Policy Foundation, a board member of Families Against Mandatory Minimums (and of DRCNet's advisory board), among other interviews.
http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/1998/07/08/60minutes/main13502.shtml

Students for Sensible Drug Policy will convene in Manchester, New Hampshire JANUARY 7-10 -- THAT'S THIS WEDNESDAY -- visit http://nh2004.ssdp.org for information and hope to see you there!

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  1. In Farewell Report, Syracuse Auditor Examines Drug War, Finds It Wanting
  2. Spanish Government Moving to Close Pot Magazines, Grow Shops
  3. BUSTED: New and Improved Video Offer from DRCNet
  4. Pain Treatment Advocates to March on Washington this April, Call for Congressional Hearings on the DEA's War on Doctors
  5. Newsbrief: Rehnquist Rakes Congress on Interference in Sentencing
  6. Newsbrief: Campaign Watch -- Sharpton Demands Justice in Georgia Drug War Killing
  7. Newsbrief: Maryland Appeals Court Says Rectal Search Too Much
  8. Alaska Marijuana Legalization Initiative One Step from 2004 Ballot
  9. Newsbrief: Bush Administration Using Colombia Drug War to Go After Venezuela's Chavez
  10. 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
  11. Perry Fund Accepting Applications for 2003-2004 and 2004-2005 School Years, Providing Scholarships for Students Losing Aid Because of Drug Convictions
  12. The Reformer's Calendar

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