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(renamed "Drug War Chronicle" effective issue #300, August 2003)

Issue #42, 5/15/98

"Raising Awareness of the Consequences of Drug Prohibition"

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GO CRAZY FOR DRUG CRAZY: Keep the calls flowing in to the bookstores for Mike Gray's DRUG CRAZY (see our alert at Your phone calls to bookstores in your area -- whether big chains or local independent stores -- will make the booksellers look twice at Drug Crazy and help propel it to the bestseller list. Just call up, ask them if they have Drug Crazy, from Random House, and say thank you. (You don't even have to order a copy, though you may as well, because it's well worth the price.) Many of you have done this already, and we think it's having an effect. DRCNet is lauded and prominently featured in the book's appendix, together with an Internet directory of drug policy reform and informational resources, so building up Drug Cray will build DRCNet and the movement too! Some book chains that may be in your area: Crown, Barnes & Noble, B. Dalton, Border's, Doubleday, Brentano's, Scribner's, Waldenbooks, Pyramid -- let us know if we've missed any, so we can add them to the next alert. Call, call, call!

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  1. Preliminary Injunction Granted Against 6 California Buyers' Clubs: Medical Marijuana to Get its Day in Court
  2. Kentucky Farmers Seek Federal Court Ruling on Hemp
  3. Santa Clara County Buyers' Club Closes After Police Seize Assets
  4. Portland MS Patient Found Guilty of Marijuana Possession, Manufacturing
  5. Another Botched Raid in New York, Another Innocent Family Terrorized in the Name of "Our Children"
  6. San Mateo County Votes to Study Medicinal Marijuana: Says Research Will Provide Access for Patients
  7. Record Two Million Private Conversations Monitored by Government in 1997
  8. Forfeiture Victims Need Help
  9. Medical Journal Reports AIDS Patient's Persistent Hiccups Relieved by Marijuana
  10. Editorial: McLies

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