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3 Good Reasons (and 1 Bad One) Why I Don't Buy Into Your Conspiracy Theories 18.5.2009 AlterNet.org: Media and Technology
Conspiracy theories often pre-empt substantive analysis of the real political structures that shape our ...
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3 Good Reasons (and 1 Bad One) Why I Don't Buy Into Your Conspiracy Theories 18.5.2009 AlterNet.org: Media and Technology
Conspiracy theories often pre-empt substantive analysis of the real political structures that shape our ...
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3 Good Reasons (and 1 Bad One) Why I Don't Buy Into Your Conspiracy Theories 18.5.2009 AlterNet.org: Discuss
Conspiracy theories often pre-empt substantive analysis of the real political structures that shape our society.
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The Media Doesn't Get That Hyping Potent Pot Makes More People Want to Smoke It 16.5.2009 AlterNet.org: Media and Technology
The govt. "warns" us that our pot is stronger than anything Jerry Garcia ever smoked in his heyday. What do they ...
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The Media Doesn't Get That Hyping Potent Pot Makes More People Want to Smoke It 16.5.2009 AlterNet.org: Media and Technology
The govt. "warns" us that our pot is stronger than anything Jerry Garcia ever smoked in his heyday. What do they ...
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The 'war on drugs' is over 16.5.2009 LA Times: Opinion
The Obama administration is moving toward demilitarizing a health problem. The Obama administration is saying all the right things about the jumble of ineffective and vindictive laws, policies and practices that have made up this nation's so-called war on drugs. Shortly after he was confirmed, Atty. Gen. Eric H. Holder Jr. announced that he would halt Drug Enforcement Administration raids on medical marijuana dispensaries. Then the Justice Department urged Congress to eliminate the 100-to-1 sentencing disparity in convictions for dealing crack and powder cocaine, which imposed long prison terms on predominantly black ...
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Richard Farrell: Begging for Help on Crack Street 15.5.2009 Politics on HuffingtonPost.com
America will never be safe from the gigantic ramifications of illegal drug use unless the Obama administration mounts a major campaign to rehabilitate drug addicts.
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Medical marijuana: Let compassion and medical science chart Minnesota's course 15.5.2009 MinnPost

Despite Senate passage, House committee approval and majority support by Minnesotans as evidenced in opinion polls, Gov. Tim Pawlenty has repeatedly deferred to law enforcement on the topic of medical marijuana.

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Obama's Drug Czar Calls for End to 'War on Drugs' 15.5.2009 AlterNet.org: Rights and Liberties
Drug Czar reaffirms support for clean syringes to reduce HIV and ending raids on marijuana dispensaries.
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Needles exchange program, becoming moral issue for Colo. 15.5.2009 Denver Post: Local
Angie, who injects cocaine multiple times a day, didn't hold up her end of the syringe-exchange bargain. Nevertheless, she got what she came for: a supply of clean, new syringes and a box for her used ones. The Underground Syringe Exchange of Denver say Colorado ought to bring into the open. ...
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Lobbyists’ claims about medical marijuana don’t hold up 15.5.2009 Twin Cities Daily Planet
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Q&A With the New Drug Czar 15.5.2009 Wall St. Journal: Policy
Gil Kerlikowske, the new director of the White House Office of Drug Control Policy sat down with The Wall Street Journal for his first interview since his confirmation last week. ...
Helping doctors ask about drug, alcohol problems 14.5.2009 San Jose Mercury News: National News
WASHINGTON — If more doctors started asking, would more drug and alcohol abusers 'fess up so they could get help?
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Anthony Papa: Should Marijuana Be Legalized? Ethan Nadelmann Debates Stephen Baldwin 13.5.2009 Politics on HuffingtonPost.com
Last week California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger became the latest and most high-profile U.S. elected official to call for a debate on legalizing marijuana.
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Lobbyists’ claims about medical marijuana don’t hold up 12.5.2009 Minnesota Independent
The law enforcement lobby has been conducting a full-court press against a medical marijuana bill that's making its way through the legislature. But the claims made by Minnesota law enforcement officials are at best half-truths and exaggerations, and in some cases directly contradict government data.
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Begin the debate over legalizing marijuana 9.5.2009 SFGate: Op-Ed
A major part of BART's 10-year, $1.2 billion renovation program entailed complete restoration of the aging fleet of BART train cars. Since that "body-off" restoration was supposed to extend the life of the existing 669-car fleet 20 to 25 more years, why is... ...
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Begin the debate over legalizing marijuana 8.5.2009 SFGate: Op-Ed
A major part of BART's 10-year, $1.2 billion renovation program entailed complete restoration of the aging fleet of BART train cars. Since that "body-off" restoration was supposed to extend the life of the existing 669-car fleet 20 to 25 more years, why is... ...
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Trey Anastasio, Phish Frontman, Tells Addiction Story On Capitol Hill, Lobbies For Drug Courts 7.5.2009 Huffpolitics on The Huffington Post
Trey Anastasio, Phish Frontman, Tells Addiction Story On Capitol Hill, Lobbies For Drug Courts
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Severe Chronic Pain Added to Medical Marijuana List 7.5.2009 Albuquerque Journal: State News
Severe Chronic Pain Added to Medical Marijuana List
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Helping doctors ask about drug, alcohol problems 7.5.2009 San Jose Mercury News: National News
WASHINGTON — If more doctors started asking, would more drug and alcohol abusers 'fess up so they could get help?
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