[ibogaine] C.R.A.C.K Original statement and more comments

Angelo Marotta marottaa at netzero.net
Mon Jul 22 23:32:14 EDT 2002


Where do I sign?

-----Original Message-----
From: Randy Hencken [mailto:randyhencken at hotmail.com]
Sent: Monday, July 22, 2002 7:08 PM
To: ibogaine at mindvox.com
Subject: Re: [ibogaine] C.R.A.C.K Original statement and
more comments

Well, I'm guessing that most of you won't like what I'm
about to say, but I
agree with what CRACK is doing.  I am not a racist nor do I
wish to target
low income families.  Also I am an advocate of methadone
maintenance and I
believe in many circumstances that methadone is a good
program.  "Why do you
agree with Crack" you ask.  Because the other day I learned
of another
female friend of mine who has been strung out on methadone
for over 10 years
(she is only 32) is pregnant.  Bringing the grand total of
my female friends
on methadone who get pregnant and keep their babies to four.
Now I know each
one of these four girls very well and I assure you that none
of them are fit
to raise a child.  You all know girls like this, so I don't
think I need to
go into the details as to how troubled these girls are.

Let's look at the big picture.  What is more important
protecting the few
women who someday might be responsible enough while on
methadone to have a
child or protecting society from having children grow up in
less then
adequate environments (protecting children from bad
parents).  There are
over 6 billion people on the planet.  Over population is one
of the biggest
threats to human existence.  Another great threat is stupid
people.  Where
do stupid people come from? Stupid parents.

Before someone gives me a rebuttal, let me say that I fully
understand the
opposing position.  I simply do not agree with it.  Yes,
maybe a couple
years ago I may have had a vasectomy to get two hundred
dollars to score
dope.  And now I wouldn't be able to have my own child, even
though I put
the past behind me and I am a responsible successful young
man. Oh Well.  I
would have to adopt a kid if I really wanted one.  Also, I
am the exception
most people who get on methadone don't end up clean and
successful.  They
live the rest of their lives going to those godforsaken
methadone clinics
being surrounded by godforsaken addicts.

I have frequented many methadone clinics, and this is just a
guess, but I
would think that less then %4 of the people in the clinics
will be fit to
raise a child some day.  A child who doesn't get screwed up
on drugs, a
child who is able to contribute to the betterment of
humankind.

I wish I had more time to try and articulate my thoughts on
this, but I have
to much to do now.  Please take the time to really think if
CRACK is a group
of villains or maybe they are a group that is moving one
thing in the right
direction.  Maybe someday there won't be kids raised by
junkie-crackhead
parents.

Randy
>From: Brett Calabrese <bcalabrese at yahoo.com>
>Reply-To: ibogaine at mindvox.com
>To: ibogaine at mindvox.com
>Subject: Re: [ibogaine] C.R.A.C.K Original statement and
more comments
>Date: Sun, 21 Jul 2002 12:35:43 -0700 (PDT)
>
>OOPS, sorry bout that, finger slipped.
>
>http://www.atwatchdog.org/opinion_crack.html
>
>C.R.A.C.K. targets Methadone Maintenance Patients
>An organization called C.R.A.C.K. is targeting
>patients on methadone maintenance with their offer of
>$200 to submit to sterilization or limited birth
>control methods. Form letters are being sent to
>clinics across the U.S.
>
>C.R.A.C.K.- Children Requiring a Caring Kommunity
>otherwise known as is mailing form letters to U.S.
>Opiate Treatment Programs. C.R.A.C.K. is targeting
>methadone maintenance patients for coercive
>sterilization or limited birth control options. Please
>help prevent this violation of human and civil rights
>that threatens reproduction freedom.
>
>
>-----------------------------------------------------------
---------------------
>
>The form letter being sent to clinic reads:
>
>To Whom It May Concern:
>
>Our organization offers cash incentives to both men
>and women that are addicted to drugs and/or alcohol to
>use long-term or permanent birth control.
>
>We are currently working with several methadone
>clinics that make our offer known, and available to
>the women and men who come through their program. I'm
>sure one thing most can agree on is that it is
>important for those using methadone or other drugs to
>refrain from getting pregnant.
>
>Please call (888) 30-CRACK if you would like more
>information, or more of the items that have been
>enclosed.
>
>Our program is currently in over 20 cities nationwide,
>and has paid over 600 men and women to obtain
>long-term birth control. Thank you for the time , and
>we hope to establish a working relationship with you,
>for both the benefit of the woman, and potential
>child.
>
>Sincerely
>
>Barbara Harris
>Founder and Director
>C.R.A.C.K.
>11642 Knott Ave. Suite 8
>Garden Grove, CA 92841
>Phone: 714-901-9862
>FAX: 714-901-9832
>
>
>
>-----------------------------------------------------------
---------------------
>
>By offering patients $200 to entice them to undergo
>sterilization or use selected birth control methods,
>C.R.A.C.K. is sending the message that methadone is
>'just another drug' and patients are using it as a
>substitute for illicit opiates. By supporting
>C.R.A.C.K., programs are sending the same message to
>their patients.
>Please support and respect your patients and your
>program by mailing the form letters back to C.R.A.C.K.
>with a loud 'NO!'.
>
>
>-----------------------------------------------------------
---------------------
>
>- CRACK's Washington, DC Chapter placed ads in DC
>Metrobuses that targeted primarily low-income and
>predominately African-American communities in DC. Ads
>are targeting low-income, African -Americans. One of
>CRACK's supporters and financial contributors is Chris
>Brand, a British psychologist - Brand, a
>self-proclaimed "race realist," claims that blacks are
>intellectually inferior to whites, and advocates
>taking a "eugenic" approach to "wanton and criminal
>females." see
>http://www.motherjones.com/magazine/ND01/surgical.html
>
>
>- CRACK violates civil and human rights, and
>reproductive freedoms by targeting minorities and
>low-income people. This small amount of cash is
>offered for sterilization or birth control without
>regard to the individual's circumstances or future.
>
>- CRACK limits birth control options. CRACK LIMITS
>BIRTH CONTROL OPTIONS. CRACK irresponsibly limits
>birth control options by compensating only for
>long-term, provider-controlled methods: tubal
>ligation, Norplant, Depo-Provera and IUDs. Barrier
>methods and methods which protect against HIV
>infection and other sexually transmitted diseases are
>not compensated. CRACK may actually increase a woman's
>risk of contracting HIV or other STDs, since it
>exclusively advances birth control methods which
>provide no protection against these infections.
>
>- CRACK's founder admits that the money given to these
>individuals is probably used to buy more drugs, and
>says that is their choice.
>
>- If CRACK was really concerned about infants born to
>drug-addicted parents, they should spend the $200 on
>treatment for the parents, not sterilization or birth
>control.
>
>- CRACK is offering a 'bribe' to drug addicted women.
>They are being coerced because of their desperate need
>for money to buy drugs. Their drug addiction is being
>used to exploit them. CRACK targets vulnerable women
>with few options.
>
>- Dr. Laura Schlessinger is a supporter. Need I say
>more?
>
>- Harris says. "People say it is a disease, fine. But
>it is a disease of choice -- however they got there
>and whatever their background and however screwed up
>their life is...."
>http://www.salon.com/mwt/feature/1998/07/cov_10feature2.htm
l
>
>
>- "Harris' critics also warn about the slippery slope.
>"Today it is targeting and criminalizing drug abuse,
>but what will it be tomorrow?" asks the ACLU's
>Cordoba. "If you take it to its logical conclusion,
>you could have a program or policy that monitors the
>kind of food a woman eats while she is pregnant, or
>whether she exercises enough, or whether she has a
>glass of wine or a cup of coffee." Blum voices similar
>concerns. "Where does it stop? Next do we start
>sterilizing people who don't take their
>multivitamins?""
>http://www.salon.com/mwt/feature/1998/07/cov_10feature2.htm
l
>
>
>-CRACK's disregard for the women it targets is
>evidenced in Barbara Harris' statement: "We don't
>allow dogs to breed. We spay them. We neuter them. We
>try to keep them from having unwanted puppies, and yet
>these women are literally having litters of
>children...."
>
>- CRACK denies poor, marginalized women with substance
>abuse problems their procreative ability, and this is
>a human rights violation.
>http://www.cwpe.org/old_website/pdf/crackfacts.pdf
>
>See Family Watch letter to CRACK
>http://www.familywatch.org/crack.htm
>
>Salon
>-
>http://www.salon.com/mwt/feature/1998/07/cov_10feature2.htm
l
>
>Mother Jones
>http://www.motherjones.com/magazine/ND01/surgical.html
>
>
>Committee on Women, Population, and the Environment
>http://www.cwpe.org/index1.html
>
>American Public Health Association
>http://www.apha.org/legislative/policy/policysearch/index.c
fm?fuseaction=view&id=261
>
>
>Who's next? Where will this end? Which group of people
>will be next on C.R.A.C.K.'s list of victims?
>
>
>
>
>--- HSLotsof at aol.com wrote:
> >
> > In a message dated 7/21/02 1:38:23 PM,
> > ptpeet at nyc.rr.com writes:
> >
> > >Hey Howard,
> > >Is this up online somewhere, with a link, so I can
> > link to it at Drugwar.com?
> > >Thanks.
> > >peace,
> > >Preston
> >
> > Preston,
> >
> > The letter originated with
> > http://www.advocatesforpregnantwomen.org/  but, I
> > didn't see it on their web page.  I just felt that
> > Barbara Harris and
> > C.R.A.C.K were getting into dangerous areas.
> >
> > Howard
> > *********
> >  ----- Original Message -----
> >
> >   From: HSLotsof at aol.com
> >
> >   To: ibogaine at mindvox.com
> >
> >   Sent: Saturday, July 20, 2002 10:54 PM
> >
> >   Subject: [ibogaine] C.R.A.C.K
> >
> >
> >
> >   Barbara Harris
> >
> >   Children Requiring A Caring Kommunity's
> >
> >   "Project Prevention"
> >
> >   P.O. Box 74
> >
> >   Stanton, CA 90680
> >
> >
> >   Dear Ms. Harris:
> >
> >
> >   We are writing to express our strong objections to
> > your distribution of
> >
> >   highly misleading and completely inaccurate
> > information regarding pregnant
> >
> >   women and methadone treatment. In a letter date
> > February 22, 2002, you
> > state,
> >
> >   in part:
> >
> >
> >   "We are currently working with several methadone
> > clinics that make our
> > offer
> >
> >   known, and available, to the women and men who
> > come through their program.
> >
> >   I'm sure one thing most can agree on is that it is
> > important for those
> > using
> >
> >   methadone or other drugs to refrain from getting
> > pregnant."
> >
> >
> >   We most certainly do not agree. Your statement,
> > suggesting that it is
> >
> >   dangerous for a woman who is receiving clinically
> > prescribed methadone
> >
> >   treatment to become pregnant, is simply wrong.
> > Methadone is a highly
> >
> >   effective treatment for all opiate dependent
> > patients and, most
> > specifically,
> >
> >   for women - both before and after they may become
> > pregnant. In fact,
> > methadone
> >
> >    treatment during pregnancy has not been
> > associated with congenital
> >
> >   abnormalities or fetal demise. In those cases
> > where neonatal withdrawal
> >
> >   symptoms occur (and they frequently do not), these
> > symptoms can be treated
> >
> >   readily, with no evidence of any adverse impact on
> > physical or cognitive
> >
> >   development. In short, there is simply no medical
> > basis for your suggestion
> >
> >   that methadone patients should "refrain from
> > getting pregnant."
> >
> >
> >   For over 30 years, in countries throughout the
> > world, methadone maintenance
> >
> >   treatment (MMT) has been shown to substantially
> > reduce illegal opiate use
> > and
> >
> >   the crime, illness, suffering, and death with
> > which it is associated. The
> >
> >   benefits have been shown to accrue, not only to
> > the individual patient, but
> >
> >   to his/her family and the community, as well. The
> > most credible and
> > objective
> >
> >   governmental and non-governmental organizations in
> > America and abroad have
> >
> >   recognized these positive results with MMT. For
> > example, the US Department
> > of
> >
> >   Health and Human Services joins the scientific
> > community in recognizing
> > that
> >
> >   MMT greatly benefits the patients as well as the
> > general community. It is
> >
> >   specifically recommended for pregnant and
> > breast-feeding patients, which
> >
> >   further demonstrates the strong medical consensus
> > supporting methadone
> >
> >   treatment, both in general and during pregnancy.
> >
> >
> >   Unfortunately, despite methadone treatment's many
> > benefits, it is available
> >
> >   to fewer than 20% of the people who most need it.
> > Women, in particular,
> > face
> >
> >   numerous barriers to obtaining this important
> > medical intervention. Your
> >
> >   letter and activities, which spread false
> > information and stigmatize
> > current
> >
> >   and future mothers who receive this treatment,
> > will make it even more
> >
> >   difficult for women who need methadone treatment
> > to receive it.
> >
> >
> >   We therefore urge you to withdraw this letter
> > immediately and to advise
> > each
> >
> >   of those individuals and clinics who received it
> > that it was based on
> >
> >   misinformation. Furthermore, it is essential that
> > you publicly repudiate
> > the
> >
> >   inaccurate message you conveyed on your
> > organization's website and in other
> >
> >   public and media context. Not to do so would be
> > irresponsible and a great
> >
> >   disservice to those whose interests you claim to
> > have at heart.
> >
> >
> >   Signed,
> >
> >
> >
> >   Signatories
> >
> >
> >   1. Lynn Singer, Ph.D, Professor of Pediatrics and
> > Psychiatry, Case Western
> >
> >   Reserve University, School of Medicine
> >
> >   2. Stephen Kandall, MD, Retired Professor of
> > Pediatrics, Albert Einstein
> >
> >   College of Medicine
> >
> >   3. Daniel Neuspiel, MD, MPH, Associate Chairman of
> > Pediatrics, Beth Israel
> >
> >   Medical Center
> >
> >   4. Robert Newman, MD, Director, Baron Edmond de
> > Rothschild Chemical
> >
> >   Dependency Institute of Beth Israel Medical Center
> >
> >
> >   5. Barry Lester, Ph.D., Director, Infant
> > Development Center, Women and
> >
> >   Infants' Hospital
> >
> >   6. Mary Faith Marshall, Ph.D., Professor of
> > Medicine and Bioethics, Kansas
> >
> >   University Medical Center
> >
> >   7. Maryann Amodeo, Ph.D., Professor, Boston
> > University School of Social
> > Work,
> >
> >   Alcohol and Drug Institute for Policy, Research
> > and Training
> >
> >   8. Denise Paone, Ph.D., Evaluation and Training
> > Consultant, Former
> > Assistant
> >
> >   Director of Research, Chemical Dependency
> > Institute, Beth Israel Medical
> >
> >   Center
> >
> >   9. John J. Botti, MD, Director, Maternal Fetal
> > Medicine, Penn State Hershey
> >
> >   Medical Center
> >
> >   10. Mary Mahowald, Ph.D., Professor, Dept. of
> > OB/GYN, University of Chicago
> >
> >   11. Machelle Allen, MD, Assistant Professor,
> > Department of OB/GYN, NYU
> > School
> >
> >   of Medicine
> >
> >   12. Wendy Chavkin, MD, MPH, Clinical Professor of
> > Public Health and OB/GYN,
> >
> >   Columbia University, Mailman School of Public
> > Health
> >
> >   13. Marjorie Greenfield MD, Associate Professor of
> > OB/GYN, University
> >
> >   Hospitals of Cleveland, Case Western Reserve
> > University School of Medicine
> >
> >   14. Hytham Imseis, MD, Mountain Area Health
> > Education Center, Dept. of
> > OB/GYN
> >
> >   15. Dona Upson, MD, Associate Professor of
> > Medicine, University of New
> > Mexico
> >
> >   16. Mack Lipkin, Jr., MD, Director of Primary
> > Care, NYU School of Medicine
> >
> >   17. Ernest Drucker, Ph.D., Professor of
> > Epidemiology and Social Medicine,
> >
> >   Montefiore Medical Center/Albert Einstein School
> > of Medicine
> >
> >   18. Angela R. Holder, LLM, Professor of the
> > Practice of Medical Ethics,
> >
> >   Center for the Study of Medical Ethics and
> > Humanities, Duke University
> >
> >   Medical Center
> >
> >   19. Sydney L. Hans, Ph.D., Research Associate
> > Professor, Department of
> >
> >   Psychiatry, University of Chicago
> >
> >   20. Craig Reinarman, Ph.D., Chair and Professor,
> > Dept. of Sociology, UC
> > Santa
> >
> >   Cruz
> >
> >   21. Rachel Roth, Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
> > Washington University
> >
> >   22. Monica J. Casper, Ph.D., Associate Professor
> > of Sociology, UC Santa
> > Cruz
> >
> >   23. Anthony R. Kovner, Ph.D., Professor of Health
> > Policy and Management,
> >
> >   Wagner/NYU
> >
> >   24. Susan L. Adams, Ph.D., RN, Associate Professor
> > of Nursing,
> > Women's
> >
> >   Health Nurse Practitioner, Perinatal Addiction,
> > Dominican University of
> >
> >   California
> >
> >   25. Nina Peskoe Peyser, Former Executive Director
> > of the Chemical
> > Dependency
> >
> >   Institute at Beth Israel Medical Center
> >
> >   26. Holly Catania, Baron Edmond de Rothschild
> > Chemical Dependency Institute
> >
> >   of Beth Israel Medical Center
> >
> >   27. Nancy D. Campbell, Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
> > Rensselaer Polytechnic
> >
> >   Institute
> >
> >   28. Jerome Richardson, Assistant Professor,
> > University of Illinois at
> > Chicago
> >
> >   29. Karyn L. Pomerantz, MLS, MPH, GW School of
> > Public Health & Health
> >
> >   Services
> >
> >   30. Janet Lynne Golden, Ph.D., Associate
> > Professor, Rutgers University
> >
> >   31. Cynthia Daniels, Ph.D., Associate Professor,
> > Rutgers University
> >
> >   32. Drew Humphries, Ph.D., Department of
> > Sociology, Anthropology and
> > Criminal
> >
> >   Justice,
> >
> >   Rutgers University
> >
> >   33. Elizabeth M. Armstong, Ph.D., Assistant
> > Professor, Princeton University
> >
> >   34. Jael Silliman, Ed.D., Associate Professor,
> > University of Iowa
> >
> >   35. Jeanne Flavin, Ph.D., Associate Professor,
> > Fordham University
> >
> >   36. Victor J. Bernstein, Ph.D., Associate
> > Professor, University of Chicago
> >
> >   37. Grace Chang, Ph.D., Evergreen State College
> >
> >   38. Mario A. Caro, Ph.D. Candidate, Professor,
> > Evergreen State College
> >
> >   39. Phillip Coffin, MIA, Project Director, Center
> > for Urban Epidemiologic
> >
> >   Studies, New York Academy of Medicine
> >
> >   40. Sheigla Murphy, Ph.D., Institute for
> > Scientific Analysis
> >
> >   41. Leslie D. McCrory, Clinical Supervisor, Health
> > Partners
> >
> >   42. Ann D. Brown, CNM, MSN, Dept. of OB/GYN,
> > Mountain Area Health Education
> >
> >   Center
> >
> >   43. Shelley Galvin, MA, Research & Grants
> > Coordinator, Dept. of OB/GYN,
> >
> >   Mountain Area Health Education Center
> >
> >   44. Susan Shinn, RNC, Women's Health,
> > Mountain Area Health Education
> >
> >   Center
> >
> >   45. Melissa McClure, Medical Records Coordinator,
> > Mountain Area Perinatal
> >
> >   Substance Abuse Program
> >
> >   46. Cheryl Timbs, Clinical Supervisor, Mountain
> > Area Perinatal Substance
> >
> >   Abuse Program
> >
> >   47. Elizabeth Finger, LWW, Director of Behavior
> > Medicine, Mountain Area
> >
> >   Health Education Center
> >
> >   48. Terry Sutton, Program Assistant, Mountain Area
> > Health Education Center
> >
> >   49. Jean Cassidy, Dept. of OB/GYN, Mountain Area
> > Health Education Center
> >
> >   50. Steve Allison, Certified Clinical Addiction
> > Specialist, Mountain Area
> >
> >   Health Education Center
> >
> >   51. Gregory McCoy, Mountain Area Perinatal
> > Substance Abuse Program
> >
> >   52. Michael Eisenberg, MD, MPH, President, ASPIRE
> >
> >   53. Luciano Colonna, Executive Director, Harm
> > Reduction Project
> >
> >   54. Michael R. Aldrich, Ph.D
> >
> >   55. Ivan Zimmerman, J.D.
> >
> >   56. Rickie Solinger, Ph.D., Historian
> >
> >   57. National Women's Health Network
> >
> >   58. National Black Women's Health Project
> >
> >   59. National Association for Public Health Policy
> > Council on Illicit Drugs
> >
> >   60. Institute for Health and Recovery
> >
> >   61. Advocates for Recovery through Medicine (ARM)
> >
> >   62. Advocates for Recovery through Medicine (ARM)
> > of Arkansas & Oklahoma
> >
> >   63. Advocates for Recovery through Medicine (ARM)
> > of DC
> >
> >   64. Connecticut Women's Consortium
> >
> >   65. Casa Segura
> >
> >   66. Lower East Side Harm Reduction Center
> >
> >   67. Addiction Treatment Watchdog
> >
> >   68. CAP Quality Care Methadone Clinic
> >
> >   69. Virginia Alliance of Methadone Advocates
> >
> >   70. Vermont Harm Reduction Coalition
> >
> >   71. San Francisco AIDS Foundation HIV Prevention
> > Project
> >
> >   72. AIDS Project New Haven
> >
> >   73. HIV Law Project
> >
> >   74. ASPIRE
> >
> >   75. Drug Policy Alliance
> >
> >   76. Urban Justice Center
> >
> >   77. Criminal Justice Policy Institute
> >
> >   78. Center for Human Rights Education
> >
> >   79. Family Watch
> >
> >   80. Committee on Women, Population, and the
> > Environment
> >
> >   81. Cambridge Cares About AIDS
> >
> >   82. California Coalition for Women Prisoners
> >
> >   83. Legal Services for Prisoners With Children
> >
> >   84. NORML Foundation
> >
> >   85. Common Sense for Drug Policy
> >
> >   86. Drug Policy Forum of Hawaii
> >
> >   87. ReconsiDer
> >
> >   88. Communities Against Rape and Abuse
> >
> >   89. Mikki Norris, Human Rights and the Drug War
> >
> >   90. Alice Diorio, President, Vermont Harm
> > Reduction Coalition
> >
> >   91. Kevin Zeese, Executive Director, Common Sense
> > for Drug Policy
> >
> >   92. Donna M. Shea, Legal Director, NORML
> >
> >   93. Mark Beresky, Secretary/Treasurer, Vermont
> > Harm Reduction Coalition
> >
> >   94. Marc Shinderman, MD, CAP Quality Care
> > Methadone Clinic
> >
> >   95. Cassie Pierson, Staff Attorney, Legal Services
> > for Prisoners with
> >
> >   Children
> >
> >   96. Monique Tula, Director of Harm Reduction
> > Services, Cambridge Cares
> > About
> >
> >   AIDS
> >
> >   97. Eliza Wheeler, Needle Exchange Program
> > Coordinator, Cambridge Cares
> > About
> >
> >   AIDS
> >
> >   98. Robin Clark-Smith, AIDS Program, Bridgeport
> > Health Department
> >
> >   99. Terri Bogage, Institute for Health and
> > Recovery
> >
> >   100. Syd Lindsley, Committee on Women, Population,
> > and the Environment
> >
> >   101. Jacqueline Robarge, Power Inside
> >
> >   102. Stephanie Manfre, Children's Case
> > Manager, Riley Center
> >
> >   103. Ann Beck, Riley Center
> >
> >   104. Jennifer Grant, Director, Riley Center
> >
> >   105. Teresa Martyny, Riley Center
> >
> >   106. Kylie Chow, Brennan House
> >
> >   107. JoAnn Yang, Riley Center
> >
> >   108. Michelle Rivera, Riley Center
> >
> >   109. Carolina Alaniz, Riley Center
> >
> >   110. Idoia Irastorza, Riley Center
> >
> >   111. Megan Koroshetz, Riley Center
> >
> >   112. Stacy Benedict, Riley Center
> >
> >   113. Liliana Diaz, San Francisco Department of
> > Public Health
> >
> >   114. Ellenie Tuazon, San Francisco Department of
> > Public Health
> >
> >   115. Elba Warner, San Francisco Department of
> > Public Health
> >
> >   116. Ebone Colbert, Communities Against Rape and
> > Abuse
> >
> >   117. Theryn Kigvamasud'Vashti, Communities
> > Against Rape and Abuse
> >
> >   118. Alisa Bierria, Program Coordinator,
> > Communities Against Rape and Abuse
> >
> >   119. Shane Felles
> >
> >   120. Brion Roberts
> >
> >   121. Susan Yanow, Director, Abortion Access
> > Project
> >
> >   122. Shiela VanDerveer, Development Director,
> > NARAL - NH
> >
> >   123. NOW Legal Defense and Education Fund
> >
> >   124. Marsha Rosenbaum, Ph.D., Director, Safety
> > First Project, Drug Policy
> >
> >   Alliance
> >
> >   125. Ann M. Boyer, MD, MS, Mt. Sinai Medical
> > Center
> >
> >   126. Nancy Mamis-King, Associate Executive
> > Director, Neighborhood Youth &
> >
> >   Family Services
> >
> >   127. Maureen Denman, Atlantic Health System
> >
> >   128. Shelly Carter, Health Educator, New Mexico
> > Prenatal Care Network,
> >
> >   University of New Mexico
> >
> >   129. National Council on Alcoholism & Drug
> > Dependence
> >
> >   130. Gloria Knighton
> >
> >   131. Virginia Nurses Society on Addictions
> >
> >   132. National Alliance of Methadone Advocates
> >
> >   133. National Advocates for Pregnant Women
> >
> >
> >
>
>
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