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  • Roxanne
    Oct 2, 2006
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      Oh GREAT!

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      Subject: JT Direct: RWJF Ends Addiction Funding Program
      Date: Mon, 02 Oct 2006 11:04:06 GMT
      From: Join Together <updates@...>
      Reply-To: notice-reply-w6ku7nir15bikj6@...
      To: Roxanne Baker <bluelady16.1@...>


      *Daily Edition* October 2, 2006

      *TOP STORY*

      *Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Ends Addiction Funding Program*
      The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, which for two decades has been the
      most generous and visible private funder of addiction treatment and
      prevention programs in the U.S., has announced that it will no longer
      have a separate program area for funding addiction-related programs.


      *16-Year-Old Girl Faces 40 Years in Texas Prison for Drug Offense*
      The county attorney in El Paso, Texas, is seeking a harsh prison term
      for a 16-year-old girl caught smuggling cocaine into the U.S. from Mexico.

      *L.A. Bans Drug Offenders from Skid Row*
      People on probation because of drug convictions will be banned from Los
      Angeles' 'skid row' area under a new policy unveiled by the city's
      district attorney.

      *Despite Huge U.S. Investment, Colombian Cocaine Still Coming*
      The U.S.-funded, multi-billion-dollar Plan Colombia has resulted in the
      eradication of large swaths of cocaine crops, but Colombian cocaine
      trafficking appears largely unaffected.

      *Industry-Backed Secondhand-Smoke Measure Makes Ohio Ballot*
      The weaker of two competing indoor-smoking ballot initiatives -- backed
      by the tobacco and hospitality industries -- has been certified by the
      Ohio secretary of state and will go before voters in November.

      More headlines <http://members.jointogether.org/ct/tdAok1M1QmmA/>


      *Opioid Analgesics Most Common Cause of Unintentional Fatal Drug
      Poisoning in the U.S.* <http://members.jointogether.org/ct/b1Aok1M1Qmm3/>
      Opioid analgesics, such as hydrocodone, oxycodone, and methadone, are
      more likely than cocaine or heroin to be the cause of unintentional drug
      poisoning deaths in the U.S.

      More research news <http://members.jointogether.org/ct/gpAok1M1Qmmx/>

      Improving the Ways States Organize & Deliver Alcohol and Drug Services



      Developing Competitive SAMHSA Grant Applications

      NAABT Patient/Physician Matching System


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      Vice President/Chapter Coordinator
      NAMA Board


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