[ibogaine] treatment initiative called "too expensive"

Allison Senepart aa.senepart at xtra.co.nz
Tue Feb 18 04:51:19 EST 2003

am sure if they thought about it properly it would be a far more economical
solution than incarcerating non-violent offenders in prison for years on end
which costs heaps, doesn't address the addiction problem and I really fail
how it could jeopardise a drug court.  I would have thought it would be more
pro active all round.  Allison
----- Original Message -----
From: "Dana Beal" <dana at cures-not-wars.org>
To: <ibogaine at mindvox.com>
Sent: Friday, February 14, 2003 1:52 PM
Subject: [ibogaine] treatment initiative called "too expensive"

> Pubdate: Tue, 11 Feb 2003
> Source: Washington Post (DC)
> Page: B01
> Copyright: 2003 The Washington Post Company
> Contact: letters at washpost.com
> Website: http://www.washingtonpost.com/
> Details: http://www.mapinc.org/media/491
> Author: Arthur Santana, Washington Post Staff Writer
> Initiative Illegally Dictates Spending, Court Says
> An initiative passed by D.C. voters last fall that would require the
> city to offer treatment to scores of nonviolent drug offenders cannot
> take effect because it illegally dictates how the D.C. government must
> spend its money, a judge ruled yesterday.
> The ruling by D.C. Superior Court Judge Jeanette J. Clark was a
> victory for the D.C. government, which filed suit to block the
> initiative from becoming law. D.C. officials said the measure would
> generate huge costs and jeopardize the future of an existing drug court.
> Voters overwhelmingly approved Initiative 62, which was meant to give
> certain nonviolent drug offenders the option of having their criminal
> cases dismissed by entering drug treatment programs.
> URL: http://www.mapinc.org/drugnews/v03.n235.a08.html
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