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December 8, 2006

Drug reform in the new Congress

The Drug War Chronicle has this interesting new piece entitled "Drug Reform and the Democratic Congress: What's Going to Happen?". Here is a snippet:

There is a whole long list of drug reform-related issues that the Democratically-controlled Congress can address, and hopes are high that after a dozen years of Republican rule on Capitol Hill, progress will come on at least some of them.  But will the Democratic Congress really turn out to be Santa Claus, bestowing gifts on a movement long out in the cold, or will it turn out more like the Grinch, offering up tantalizing glimpses of the goodies only to snatch them away?

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