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Drug War Chronicle
(formerly The Week Online with DRCNet)

Issue #343, 6/25/04

"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: Ruling Creates More Questions Than Answers
  2. Like a Rock: New York's Rockefeller Drug Laws Survive Another Legislative Session
  3. When Remaining Silent Is a Crime: US Supreme Court Rules Cops Can Arrest Those Who Refuse to Identify Themselves
  4. Initiatives on the Move: Ann Arbor, Berkeley, Oakland, Montana Added to Upcoming Marijuana Reform Votes This November
  5. DRCNet Interview: Jude Renaud, Executive Director, Educators for Sensible Drug Policy
  6. Newsbrief: Is Cecil Knox the Godfather? Feds Indict Southwest Virginia Pain Specialist Cecil Knox for Third Time, Aim to Win Racketeering Conviction
  7. Newsbrief: Florida Pain Doctor Found Guilty of Illegal Prescribing
  8. Newsbrief: California Pharmacist to Go on Trial for Filling Oxycontin Prescriptions
  9. Newsbrief: Two Rulings Could Affect Federal Sentencing
  10. Newsbrief: American Bar Association Report Calls for "Smart on Crime" Approach, End to Mandatory Minimum Sentences
  11. Newsbrief: Utah Supreme Court Upholds Religious Peyote Use by Non-Indians
  12. Newsbrief: Marijuana Candy Bars Appear in Bay Area
  13. Newsbrief: This Week's Corrupt Cops Story
  14. New Jersey Needle Exchange Update
  15. This Week in History
  16. Students for Sensible Drug Policy Chapter Grants
  17. The Reformer's Calendar

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