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Friday, April 20, 2001 Volume 66, Issue 137



U.S. policy is no defense for war crimes

Some people might say we shouldn't begin to prosecute U.S. leaders for crimes against humanity. Where would it end?

Possibly with President Bush, whose latest act of reckless stupidity will gut our nation's anti-crime initiatives, including a $1 billion dollar reduction in aid to state governments and a $182 million cut from Clinton's anti-crime program.

Houston's 20-year drug war needs to end

It seems like the war on drugs has always been an issue in the United States. In Houston alone, thousands of citizens are using illegal narcotics every day.

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