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Drug War Chronicle
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Issue #338, 5/21/04

"Raising Awareness of the Consequences of Drug Prohibition"

Phillip S. Smith, Editor
David Borden, Executive Director

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  1. Editorial: Benefit of the Doubt
  2. Vermont Becomes Ninth State to Legalize Medical Marijuana – Other States See Progress and Setbacks
  3. Not With a Bang but a Whimper: California Pain Doctor Frank Fisher Exonerated in Last Criminal Case
  4. Needle Exchange in New Jersey? Atlantic City Says Yes, Attorney General Says No
  5. Dope and Diplomacy in Dublin: European Union Conference Tries to Lay Groundwork for Continental Drug Strategy
  6. Announcing: "The New Prohibition: Voices of Dissent Challenge the Drug War" – New Compendium by Sheriff Masters Features David Borden and Numerous Other Thinkers on Drug Policy
  7. Newsbrief: New Jersey Student Sues Over Drug Tests, Expulsion
  8. Newsbrief: Drug War Invades Ultimate Frisbee
  9. Newsbrief: One in 11 US Prisoners Doing Life, Study Finds
  10. Newsbrief: This Week's Corrupt Cops Story
  11. Newsbrief: Bill to Reform Harsh Tennessee Marijuana Sales Law Dies Lonely Death
  12. Newsbrief: Afghan Government Concedes It Includes Traffickers
  13. Newsbrief: Rural Maryland Cops Force Students to Disrobe During Drug Raid
  14. Web Scan: Ron Paul, Mayor Campbell, Westword, Nature, ACLU-TX Task Force Report, New DPFMA Web Site
  15. Job Opportunity – Research Assistant, Office of Legal Affairs, Drug Policy Alliance, Oakland, California
  16. The Reformer's Calendar

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