ENFORCEMENT CITES

1. Unintended Consequences: Illegal Drugs and Drug Policies in Nine Countries, LaMond Tullis; Lynne Rienner, 1995 page 114

2. Jim Crow's drug war: race, coca cola, and the southern origins of drug prohibition. Southern Cultures September 22, 2006 Cohen, Michael M.

3. "The Struggle of Mankind against Its Deadliest Foe": Themes of Counter-Subversion in Anti-Narcotic Campaigns, 1920-1940, Susan L. Speaker; Journal of Social History, Vol. 34, 2001

4. "VIRGINA HEADS FOR PROHIBITION" Chillicothe Constitution CHILLICOTHE, MISSOURI FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1908

5."PLANS NEW OPIUM STATUTE." The Washington Post, Dec 11 1909

6. "The Struggle of Mankind against Its Deadliest Foe": Themes of Counter-Subversion in Anti-Narcotic Campaigns, 1920-1940, Susan L. Speaker; Journal of Social History, Vol. 34, 2001

7. "WAR UPON OPIUM EVIL" The Washington Post, 1910 July 17

8. "Race, class, and the development of criminal justice policy (1)." The Review of Policy Research, January 1, 2004, Mauer, Marc

9. "The Struggle of Mankind against Its Deadliest Foe": Themes of Counter-Subversion in Anti-Narcotic Campaigns, 1920-1940 Susan L. Speaker; Journal of Social History, Vol. 34, 2001

10. Jim Crow's drug war: race, coca cola, and the southern origins of drug prohibition. Southern Cultures September 22, 2006 Cohen, Michael M.

11."Mystery of the Strange Mexican Weed" THE WASHINGTON POST: SUNDAY, AUGUST 24, 1924

12. HEMP AND THE MARIJUANA CONSPIRACY: THE EMPEROR WEARS NO CLOTHS, JACK HERER 1995 HEMP/QUEEN OF CLUBS PUBLISHING PAGE 67

13. "The Struggle of Mankind against Its Deadliest Foe": Themes of Counter-Subversion in Anti-Narcotic Campaigns, 1920-1940 Journal article by Susan L. Speaker; Journal of Social History, Vol. 34, 2001

14. Officers Regard Marihuana as a real Menace Billings Gazette, OCTOBER 18, 1931

15."The Struggle of Mankind against Its Deadliest Foe: Themes of Counter-Subversion in Anti-Narcotic Campaigns, 1920-1940" Susan L. Speaker, Journal of Social History, Vol. 34, 2001

16.HEMP LIFELINE TO THE FUTURE, CHRIS CONRAD 1994, CREATIVE XPRESSIONS PUBLICATIONS, PAGE 50

17. HEMP LIFELINE TO THE FUTURE CHRIS CONRAD 1994, CREATIVE XPRESSIONS PUBLICATIONS PAGE 47

18. HEMP LIFE LINE TO THE FUTURE, CHRIS CONRAD 1994, CREATIVE XPRESSIONS PUBLICATIONS PAGE 37

19. Lindesmith V. Anslinger: An Early Government Victory in the Failed War on Drugs Journal article by Michael Elsner, John F. Galliher, David P. Keys; Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, Vol. 88, 1998

20.Drugs and Drug Policy in America: A Documentary History Steven R. Belenko; Greenwood Press, 2000, page 143

21.HEMP AND THE MARIJUANA CONSPIRACY: EMPEROR WEARS NO CLOTHS, JACK HERER, page 28 and page 30, HEMP/QUEEN OF CLUBS PUBLISHING 1995

22. Marijuana Book by Erich Goode; Atherton, 1969 Page 58

23."Drugs and Drug Policy in America: A Documentary History", Steven R. Belenko; Greenwood Press, 2000 page 147

24. The Man behind Roosevelt: The Story of Louis McHenry Howe Lela Stiles; World Pub. Co., 1954 page 273

25. Lindesmith v. Anslinger: an early government victory in the failed war on drugs. Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology January 1, 1998 Elsner, Michael

26. Using Women: Gender, Drug Policy, and Social Justice Nancy D. Campbell; Routledge, 2000 page 116

27. "Lindesmith V. Anslinger: An Early Government Victory in the Failed War on Drugs", Michael Elsner, John F. Galliher, David P. Keys, Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, Vol. 88, 1998

28. "Lindesmith V. Anslinger: An Early Government Victory in the Failed War on Drugs", Michael Elsner, John F. Galliher, David P. Keys, Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, Vol. 88, 1998

29." Lindesmith V. Anslinger: An Early Government Victory in the Failed War on Drugs", Michael Elsner, John F. Galliher, David P. Keys; Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, Vol. 88, 1998

30. "Lindesmith v. Anslinger: an early government victory in the failed war on drugs." Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, January 1, 1998, Elsner, Michael;

31. "Brother's Drug Sentence Ignited Woman's Crusade; D.C. Group Helps Win Relaxed Penalties" The Washington Post, November 20, 2007 Avis Thomas-Lester

32."Race, class, and the development of criminal justice policy (1)." ,The Review of Policy Research, January 1, 2004, Mauer, Marc

33. "The reasonableness of probable cause", Texas Law Review, March 1, 2003, Lerner, Craig S

34. "MANDATORY MINIMUM SENTENCES:PAUL G. CASSELL", Congressional Testimony, June 26, 2007)

35. "Domination dissatisfaction: prosecutors as sentencers." Stanford Law Review, April 1, 2004, Miller, Marc L.

36.FAMM

37.FAMM

38.FAMM

39 "Legal medical use of marijuana sought" The Boston Globe September 8, 1991 David Arnold

40. SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE HOLDS NEWS CONFERENCE TO DISCUSS POLL ON DRUG USE, FEBRUARY 26, 1998,SPEAKERS: U.S. REPRESENTATIVE NEWT GINGRICH (R-GA), SPEAKER OF THE U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

41. Gingrich watch. (anecdotes on the House Speaker's past drug use) (Editorial). Vol. 212, The New Republic, 01-02-1995, pp 8(1).

42. Obama honest about drug use Oakland Tribune February 18, 2008

43. Clinton says he tried marijuana in England Brown says he never used it, calls issue not relevant The Boston Globe March 30, 1992 Michael K. Frisby and Chris Black, Globe Staff

44. LYN COCKBURN, WINNIPEG SUN, LET BYGONES BE BYGONES\GEORGE W. BUSH HAS MADE NO SECRET OF HIS CHECKERED PAST, SO THERE IS NO REASONTO PURSUE HIS REFUSAL TO 'COME CLEAN' OVER ALLEGATIONS OF COCAINE USE ... ISTHERE?. , The Ottawa Sun, 08-25-1999, pp 14

45. "Court rejects Georgia law requiring drug tests for politicians", The Boston Globe, April 16, 1997, John Aloysius Farrell, Globe staff

46 "Police mistake widow's tomato plants for cannabis factory" By Graham Tibbetts 27 Nov 2008 Telegraph.co.uk

47. HEMP LIFELINE TO THE FUTURE, CHRIS CONRAD 1994 CREATIVE XPRESSIONS PUBLICATION PAGE 224

48. INTOXICATION, RONALD SIEGEL PHD, POCKET BOOKS 1989 PAGE 292

49. INTOXICATION, RONALD SIEGEL PHD, POCKET BOOKS 1989 PAGE 295

50. INTOXICATION, RONALD SIEGEL PHD, POCKET BOOKS 1989 PAGE 295

51. THE DRUG POLICY LETTER #30 SUMMER 1996 ARNOLD TREBACH AND SCOTT EHLERS PAGES 13-17

52. bird seed brings ten day suspension, Anchorage Daily News,10/25/96 page 1

53. Zero tolerance policies show zero thought [Corrected 09/23/03] The Gazette September 16, 2003 Gazette Metro columnist; RICH TOSCHES

54 "Student Suspended for Mouthwash Incident " February 19, 1995, New York times

55. "Shut up, they explained. (adoption of zero-tolerance policies)", Reason, June 1, 1997, Olson, Walter

56. Zero tolerance, zero sense. United Press International January 20, 2000

57. Asthma attack: When "zero tolerance" collides with children's health. Reason April 1, 2002 Seipp, Catherine

58.THE DRUG POLICY LETTER #30 SUMMER 1996 ARNOLD TREBACH AND SCOTT EHLERS PAGES 13-17

59."Asset forfeiture laws taken too far, critics say Police are usingthe laws to confiscate items even if charges haven't been filed", The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, March 14, 1999 LANCE GAY

60. "Asset forfeiture laws taken too far, critics say Police are usingthe laws to confiscate items even if charges haven't been filed", The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, March 14, 1999, LANCE GAY

61. GUILTY UNTIL PROVEN INNOCENT, USA TODAY, JULY 11 1995, REP HENRY HYDE

62. Forfeiture folly: cover your assets.(Citings) Reason April 1, 2008 Balko, Radley

63. Ill-gotten gains. (abuse of asset-forfeiture statutes) Reason August 1, 1993 Miniter, Richard

64. When Feds Say Seize and Desist"civil-asset forfeiture laws abused)(Government Activity)" Insight on the News,August 7, 2000 O'Meara, Kelly Patricia

65. "Take it away "ethics of government seizures" National Review, February 20, 1995, Bauman, Robert E

66. Take it away.(ethics of government seizures) National Review February 20, 1995 Bauman, Robert E.

67. ALASKA OCCUPATIONAL INJURY AND ILLNESS IN 1993, ALASKAECONOMIC TRENDS OCT. 1995

68. UNRINALSYS OR UROMANCY? THE UNTOLD COST OF DRUG TESTING ABUSE, GIERINGER PHD. STRATEGIES FOR CHANGE: NEW DIRECTIONS IN DRUG POLICY 1992

69. JAMA DEC 5 1986-VOL 256 NO.21

70.ROUTINE URINE TESTING FOR EVIDENCE OF DRUG ABUSE OF WORKERS, JOURNAL OF GENERAL INTERNAL MEDICINE, VOL2 (MAR/APRIL)1987

71. INTOXICATION, RONALD SIEGEL PHD, POCKET BOOKS 1989, PAGE 188

72.“Are lower penalties a green light for drug users?” Journal of Psychoactive drugs Vol. 19 #4 Oct-Dec 1987

73. "`Zero Tolerance' Held in Low Regard, Most Prosecutors Polled Call Reagan Policy Unimportant in Drug War" The Washington Post July 31, 1988 Michael Isikoff

74.IN NEW SURVEY, WARDENS CALL FOR SMARTER SENTENCING, ALTERNATIVES TO INCARCERATION, AND PREVENTION PROGRAMS SURVEY SPONSORED BY SEN PAUL SIMON SUBCOMMITTEE ON THE CONSTITUTION DEC-21-1994

75.The same mistake, Milton Freidman, Nobel Laureate (speakingon prohibition)

76. legalization of marijuana long over due, The Albuquerque Journal, June 8 1993, William F Buckley

77. "Former police chief opposes war on drugs" November 18 2008 by J.D. Tuccille, Examiner.com

78. "Ex-cop who wants to legalize drugs at SCCC tomorrow" By MARC PARRY, Staff writer Wednesday, December 3, 2008 Albany Times Union - Albany,NY,USA

79.DRUG CONTROL, INTERDICTION EFFORTS IN CENTRAL AMERICA HAVE LITTLE IMPACT ON THE FLOW OF DRUGS, UNITED STATES GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE (GAO) AUGUST 1994

80. ROLLING STONE MAY 5, 1994, page 24

81. "The Drug War Toll Mounts," by Radley Balko,Cato Institute , December 2, 2004

82. "Einstein, insanity and the war on drugs" Bernd Debusmann December 3rd, 2008 Reuters

83. DEATHS ELSEWHERE Article from: The Washington Post Article date: December 5, 1988

84. ISLAND INTENDED AS WARD Sweden will isolate AIDS-infected addicts The Dallas Morning News, November 26, 1987

85. "Indonesia widens use of death penalty Peter Gelling July 11, 2008 International Harold Tribune

86. "Drug Abuse Threatens Indonesia’s Younger Generation" Islam Online Hani Mumtazah " Thu. Sep. 4, 2003