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Drug War Chronicle
(formerly The Week Online with DRCNet)

Issue #320, 1/16/04

"Raising Awareness of the Consequences of Drug Prohibition"

Phillip S. Smith, Editor
David Borden, Executive Director

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  1. SSDP Does New Hampshire, Part II: Candidates, Conventions, and Repealing the HEA Anti-Drug Provision
  2. Venezuela Moving to Decriminalize Drug Possession
  3. New Federal Prosecution of California Medical Marijuana Patients
  4. Hawaii Ice Task Force Issues Report -- Legislature, Governor Vow to Act
  5. Newsbrief: Amnesty International Rakes Singapore over Executions, Mostly of Drug Offenders
  6. Newsbrief: Feds Want Ability to Wiretap VoIP -- DEA Included, Naturally
  7. Newsbrief: Oklahoma Lawmakers to Move Against Sudafed in Meth Battle
  8. Newsbrief: New Jersey "Safe, Drug-Free" Benefit Concert Ends in Melee, Arrests
  9. Newsbrief: Florida Appeals Court Nixes "Knock and Talk" Arrest
  10. Newsbrief: Bolivian Coca Growers Push Bill to Legalize More Coca
  11. Newsbrief: In Australia, Queensland Drug Courts Mostly Send Marijuana Users to Treatment
  12. Newsbrief: Flyboys Flying High on Salvia Warned to Come Down Now
  13. Pain Relief Network Joins National Physician and Patient Groups in Denouncing Florida's Hearings on Pain Drugs
  14. This Week in History
  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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