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Submitted by David Borden on (Issue #701)

Dear reformer:

Thank you for helping publish 700 issues of Drug War Chronicle!

If you value the service that Drug War Chronicle and provide, I hope you'll consider supporting us in one or both of two ways:

  1. We are in between newsletter grants, and that makes our need for individual donations more important right now -- Drug War Chronicle is free to read but not to produce! Click here to make a donation by credit card or PayPal, or to print out a form to send in by mail.
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Again, thank you for helping us reach this milestone, and for joining us today to celebrate it -- a brighter future lies ahead, with your help.


David Borden, Executive Director
Washington, DC

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Walt (not verified)

I am in 100% agreement with Dale, DWC is the best, bar none. Reading DWC has changed my attitude about many aspects of the so called "War on Drugs". It has also helped me educate many in the middle of the "Bible Belt" where I live. It's hard for them to argue with the facts, and that's what DWC gives me.

Thu, 09/22/2011 - 4:29pm Permalink
Tony Messina (not verified)

This is the single best work that can exist regarding the subject of Drugs. I would support with money, but I am among the very poor and I have a family. Let me say this, if I were middle class or rich I would give generously. I do read many of the articles with each edition and consider them the truth without any doubt at all. Thanks to everyone involved and know that you are doing the right thing and I believe that some day it will all turn around.

Thu, 09/22/2011 - 9:37pm Permalink
Anonymous1984 (not verified)

keep DWC! i use your articles to show people another way of thinking! thank you for your hard work and awesome stories. i always feel connected to a part of reality that seems so hush hush.  you all help shine some light in other wise dark areas of a war that we all can fight! thanks  again, looking forward to the next issue!
Fri, 09/23/2011 - 3:14pm Permalink
strangepuppy (not verified)

I read this newsletter every week and share at least one story on Facebook. Please don't stop. I may get home to see my grandchildren before I die thanks to your hard work.

Wed, 09/28/2011 - 7:28pm Permalink

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