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  • Roxanne
    ... Subject: Join Together Direct - 3/2/06 Date: Thu, 02 Mar 2006 11:02:26 GMT From: Join Together Reply-To:
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      Subject: Join Together Direct - 3/2/06
      Date: Thu, 02 Mar 2006 11:02:26 GMT
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      Daily Edition
      March 2, 2006


      Renewed Calls for Prison Time as Prop 36 Falters
      Studies showing that many drug offenders never show up for court-ordered
      treatment under California's Proposition 36 have some policymakers
      calling for jail time for those who don't comply.


      More Kansas Drug Offenders Could Get Treatment
      Drug offenders sentenced prior to November 2003 could get access to
      addiction treatment services under a bill under consideration in the
      Kansas legislature.

      Health Improves for Workers in Smoke-Free Bars
      Upper-respiratory problems have declined among bartenders since the
      state of Wisconsin banned indoor smoking in most public spaces.

      Mich. Collects $5.9 Million from Internet Tobacco Buyers
      A crackdown on Internet tobacco sales has yielded $5.9 million in tax
      collections for the Michigan treasury.

      More headlines > <http://members.jointogether.org/ct/T1Aok1M1dmb1/>


      Study Looks at Methamphetamine Use Among Pregnant Women
      Researchers find that five percent of pregnant women living in
      methamphetamine-prevalent areas of the U.S. use methamphetamine.

      Sick Smokers Keep Puffing
      Having serious heart problems should be a sure warning to stop smoking,
      but researchers have found that 52 percent of people who have
      heart-related disorders continue to smoke.

      More research news > <http://members.jointogether.org/ct/HdAok1M1dmbL/>


      Hanley-Center to Host Second Annual National Conference on Aging and
      Addiction <http://members.jointogether.org/ct/GdAok1M1dmbN/>
      The Hanley Center will host the second annual National Aging and
      Addiction Conference, April 28 and 29 at the Marriott West Palm Beach.

      More in your turn > <http://members.jointogether.org/ct/G1Aok1M1dmbM/>

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      A Key to Methamphetamine-Related Literature

      Campaign for Alcohol-Free Sports TV


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