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December 29, 2007

Reports from drug war fronts

Despite federal sentencing developments that amount to a small de-escalation of the battle on one front, the war on drugs continues to rage on.  This morning, various newspapers provide these reports and commentaries from various drug-war fronts:

  • From the New York Times here, "Drug War, Minus Signs, Persists"
  • From the Chattanooga Times Free Press here, "Jail more likely for black drug users, study finds"
  • From the Atlanta Journal-Constitution here, "Decades later, war on drugs is still a loser"

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