NORML's Weekly News Bulletin - January 25, 2007

  NORML's Weekly News Bulletin - January 25, 2007

Posted by CN Staff on January 25, 2007 at 15:31:17 PT
Weekly Press Release  
Source: NORML  

 Cannabinoid Agonist Significantly Increases ALS Life Span, Study SaysJanuary 25, 2007 - Little Rock, AR, USALittle Rock, AR: Administration of the selective cannabinoid agonist AM-1241 significantly increases the survival of mice with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and may ultimately lead to the development of new cannabis-based medications to treat the disease in humans, according to preclinical findings to be published in the Journal of Neurochemistry.
Investigators at the University of Arkansas, College of Medicine, reported that mice administered high daily doses of AM-1241 after ALS symptom onset lived up to 56 percent longer than controls."[T]he magnitude of effect produced by AM-1241 initiated at symptom onset rivals the best yet reported for any pharmaceutical agent, even those given pre-symptomatically," authors wrote. "[The] findings from this study indicate that [cannabinoid] agonists may ultimately be developed as novel therapeutic drugs that can be administered alone or in combination with other agents at symptom onset for the treatment of ALS in humanpatients."Previous studies with THC report that it delays motor impairment and increases survival in animal models of ALS at rates slightly less than those obtained by the administration of low doses of AM-1241.Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also known as Lou Gehrig's Disease, is a fatal neurodegenerative disorder that is characterized by the selective loss of motor neurons in the spinal cord, brain stem, and motor cortex. An estimated 30,000 Americans are living with ALS, which often arises spontaneously and afflicts otherwise healthy adults. More than half of ALS patients die within 2.5 years following the onset of symptoms.Currently, no effective pharmaceutical medications exist to stave ALS progression.Some investigators speculate that the endocannabinoid receptor system may protect against certain neurodegenerative disorders like ALS by exhibiting neuroprotective and anti-inflammatory actions to combat diseasesymptoms.For more information, please contact Paul Armentano, NORML Senior Policy Analyst, at (202) 483-5500. Full text of the study, "The CB2 cannabinoid agonist AM-1241 prolongs survival in a transgenic mouse model of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis when initiated at symptom onset," will appear in a forthcoming issue of the Journal of Neurochemistry. Additional information on cannabinoids and ALS is available in NORML's new report, "Emerging Clinical Applications for Cannabis and Cannabinoids," available online at: Police Inconsistently Enforce Pot 'Warning' Policy, Study SaysJanuary 25, 2007 - York, United KingdomYork, United Kingdom: A two-year-old British policy calling on police to verbally caution but not arrest individuals found in possession of small amounts of cannabis is only sporadically enforced by law enforcement, according to the findings of a study published this week by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation.According to the report, British police issue warnings in fewer than half of all pot possession cases, despite the 2004 law change calling on law enforcement to cease arresting minor marijuana offenders unless they encounter special "aggravated" circumstances. The report also found that minorities were over-represented among those defendants arrested for marijuana violations.Authors of the report state: "When cannabis was reclassified as a Class C drug [in January 2004], guidelines were issued advising officers to give street warnings for most possession offenses, arresting only in aggravated circumstances. [However,] we found that street warnings were issued for under half of possession offenses."They continued: "Over half of officers were against the downgrading and many said that cannabis arrests often led to the detection of more serious crimes. In fact, we found that this occurred in less than one percent of cases."Authors did note that despite poor police compliance, the guidelines had led to a decline in overall pot arrests, from a high of 84,000 arrests in 1998 to less than 50,000 in 2004. They estimated that the policy change had resulted in a savings of three-and-a-half million pounds ($690,000) or just over a quarter of a million officer hours among the 43 police forces surveyed.In 2004, Parliament downgraded cannabis from a Class B to a Class C scheduled drug, marking the first substantial change to the nation's 1971 Misuse of Drugs Act in more than 30 years.For more information, please contact Allen St. Pierre, NORML Executive Director, or Paul Armentano, NORML Senior Policy Analyst, at (202) 483-5500. Full text of the study, "Policing cannabis as a Class C drug: An arresting change' is available online from the Joseph Rowntree Foundation at: NORML Foundation (DC)Published: January 25, 2007Copyright: 2007 NORML Contact: norml Website: NORML Archives 

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Comment #36 posted by FoM on January 27, 2007 at 08:35:11 PT
You are so very special. I have never been a person who wants to debate anything. I read a little here and there and make up my mind as to how I feel about an issue. Then I try to live it as best as I can. Once I am turned off, I am turned off. Right now I am watching the Peace Protests in Washington. It is amazing to see so many people young and old that don't want anymore war. I hope everyone knows how they stand about this war and how to defend their personal view. This is the most serious issue in my lifetime. It's all so scary but at the same time hopeful. A 12 year old is speaking on on C-Spans. Now Dennis Kucinich is speaking! Go Dennis! Go Dennis! Go Dennis!
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Comment #35 posted by kaptinemo on January 27, 2007 at 08:17:50 PT:
Ah, but it's such FUN!
Friends, I don't cast pearls before swine; I paint rhetorical mini-grenades white and pitch them in front of their ignorant, self-righteous porcine snouts, and then watch with satisfaction when they blow up if they're dumb enough to take the bait. And they always are, time after time. I have never believed for a moment that I would change the mind of a hard-core prohib. They are not my target. My targets have been and always will be the lurkers. The undecided. The fence-sitters. The open-minded folks who took some time out of their busy day to come take a peek at what all the fuss is about. The truth is that it is those people, and not those our own in our camp, that I am writing for. I don't really have to do much for our side; anyone interested enough to be here, for example, has for the most part already done their homework. Many have far surpassed me in knowledge; every day is school-day for me, and I learn from the various sources that they bring to our table. Which is why places like this, and people like Stick and FoM are so bloody vital to what we do. They are the loci, the nodes, around which we meet and share information and strategy and tactics. But, like I said, I don't do my mixing-it-up with prohibs in the rhetorical trenches for the benefit of our side, save to illustrate the lie behind the mentally-voided 'stoner/slacker' paintbrush the prohibs are always trying to slap us with. I do it for those who have the potential to become allies.But, as I said earlier, it's also fun to puncture gasbags. They make such funny noises when you do; pity you can't do much about the smell, though. Whether real or virtual, manure never smells good....
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Comment #34 posted by FoM on January 27, 2007 at 06:37:43 PT
About Debating on Forums
There's a scripture that has made me decide not to debate on forums.It says that we should not cast our pearls before swine.That means to me basically not to waste our time doing something that will not change anything. I know many people enjoy back and forth debates but for me it seems counter productive. That's just me and not for everyone. 
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Comment #33 posted by Toker00 on January 27, 2007 at 03:46:47 PT
What gets me is, you spend thirty minutes typing minute details of common sense drug policy reform for them, and for some reason, they type a tree sentence response from their "Prohibian Manual of Insanity", and they think they have put you in check, though they have ignored your immaculate details. You can't get more "controlled" than that. Robots.Thanks, Sukoi!Toke.
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Comment #32 posted by Wayne on January 26, 2007 at 15:50:57 PT
re: kaptinemo #29
Yes, Sukoi also directed me to P/C originally. Though I haven't joined in the fray yet, I enjoy the very seasoned debate in there.Not to detract from this forum, though, of course... :-)
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Comment #31 posted by ekim on January 26, 2007 at 11:06:43 PT

good show on germs on NPR
now on National Public Radio
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Comment #30 posted by FoM on January 26, 2007 at 10:39:43 PT

Thank you. I always wanted CNews to be a stepping stone to each individual's activist's dream. I am only interested in marijuana issues and want the laws changed. I still am hoping that I will live to see that day. As far as drug issues I have seen the good, bad and ugly and don't care to see anymore. As we specialize in our own areas it produces many pieces to a puzzle. Then the puzzle can get put together without much difficulty. I'll tell Stick and I know he will appreciate it.
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Comment #29 posted by kaptinemo on January 26, 2007 at 10:26:07 PT:

You should thank Sukoi
He's the one who suggested that I visit there and take a look. I've been busy there ever since. My virtual, trusty electric turkey carving knife must have had the blades replaced a dozen times now, there's so much to slice and dice. We know our opposition regularly sticks their head in here and at other reform places, to keep tabs on what's happening in the world of reform. We know they read what gets posted here. And maybe that's why they are so pee-their-pants terrified of debate: they've seen what awaits them from looking at these forums, because, rhetorically, they're absolute slaughterhouses. The odds are so against them, only the seemingly most ignorant and foolish True Believer types in their camp show up. (Like the old saying goes, "Only fools rush in where Angels fear to tread.") If they were real abattoirs, then you'd need several tons of sawdust to soak up all the prohib blood. (Wolf's grin) I'm in my element, I'm having a great old time.More importantly, it impresses upon lurkers at these sites how serious you are about this issue, and even more importantly, why they should be serious about it. So, in the end, it is because of that, and not my admitted small degree of pleasure in puncturing, skinning and carving prohib egos, that I do what I do there. But I got my start here, long ago, thanks to FoM and Stick. I couldn't have done anything without them.
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Comment #28 posted by FoM on January 26, 2007 at 09:56:08 PT

Barry Cooper
When I first realized there was a Cop that was against hard drugs but pro marijuana I perked up and read. I would never trust a Cop though because they put people in jail and people that become Cops have a reason they want to do that. I don't like people like that nor could I ever trust them if they became activists. Maybe if they did it as a 100 percent volunteer basis I would reconsider how I feel.
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Comment #27 posted by Toker00 on January 26, 2007 at 09:47:06 PT

They do ooze, don't they?
"It's been a lot of fun, despite the prohibs always trying to ooze out around the nail-poundings they get."And it's usually with the tired old excuse of majority rules, the state knows best. What a crock. It's such a tick seeing your talent wasted on these bums kapt., and such an appreciation that you are on our side! Political Crossfire is nothing but hardcore state controlled robots and kapt. is like Will Smith in I, robot. For the most part they are deprogrammable, but it's the occassional Supreme Prohibian that must be handled with Finese. Good job kapt.Toke. 
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Comment #26 posted by Hope on January 26, 2007 at 09:36:57 PT

Barry Cooper
I just checked his website with the link in one of those articles.He's changed it up a bit. His picture looks so serious now. Pained, in fact.I hope he's well.I'm kind of worrying for his life these days. Surely, they wouldn't...this is America...right? Surely they wouldn't...but I'm afraid they might. It's hard to put anything past our government and it's undercover intrigues against it's own citizens.Those of us who pray might ought to remember to mention him in those prayers.
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Comment #25 posted by FoM on January 26, 2007 at 08:26:38 PT

Wow was that a long time ago. I don't remember much about those days anymore but I know you did hawk good articles. It was fun for a long time hawking news. 
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Comment #24 posted by Hope on January 26, 2007 at 08:21:07 PT

I remember the first thing you ever said to me online. It was a DrugSense chat that you joined one night and you told me you liked the articles I hawked for MAP. 
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Comment #23 posted by FoM on January 26, 2007 at 08:17:22 PT

We seem to be a place where we can help each other figure out how to deal with the chaos of society. I believe lots of people read CNews and take ideas to news forums to try to bring change. We are bigger then ever as far as article access which is a good thing. This was last months (December) totals.10, 561 -- Total Page Views -- -- Total Page Views -- -- Total Page Views -- -- Total Page Views -- -- Total Page Views -- 

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Comment #22 posted by Hope on January 26, 2007 at 08:16:29 PT

Thanks, Kaptinemo I'm going to bookmark that this time so maybe I can keep up with you. My mainstays are C-News, DrugWarRant, and Grits and I forget that Political Crossfire place. You, and Allan, George, and Gary and all the old DrugSense bunch are so important to me. You guys got me into this and I like being able to see you still around...for courage and back-up.
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Comment #21 posted by Hope on January 26, 2007 at 08:09:59 PT

Toker and Kaptinemo
Toker00. Thanks. That was very sweet. It did occur to me that I was, indeed, a thread runner upper...but, obviously, it didn't slow me down too much. I do indeed remember the "party line" telephones. The worst part, even worse than eavesdroppers, was having to get the phone line when you needed it.About FoM and I seemingly being "oblivious to the millions of other people on the net". I have to be or I likely would freeze up. It used to seem like this was FoM's kitchen table. We all had our coffee and we were working this situation over. Discussing it. Making plans. Sharing ideas. Worrying with it. Being friends...with a mission. I can definitely sense that we've outgrown the kitchen table.I tell myself that those thousand of hits are probably just us, checking, reading, commenting, listening. I don't like to think that people are watching us like spies trying to discover us doing something wrong, even though I know there probably are. I'm not deluding myself exactly, I'm just pulling a Scarlett O'Hara...I just won't think about it. Other times, like about this ALS thing and what destructive and obstructive agents the prohibitionists and preventionists are being... I'd love to know those who despise us are listening so that I could have an inkling that they might hear how despicable I think they and their actions are. Kap, as always, it's so good to hear from you. I was just beginning to worry about you when you posted at Grits. It's always a relief and a delight to see your brilliant "curmudgeoning" around the net. I agree with you about why they came up with this "preventionist" thing and I also agree with you about why it won't do them any good.ALS? Alzheimer's? Cancer? MS. Tourette's Syndrome? ADS? Depression? Epilepsy? Glaucoma? What in the world will it take to get through to the prohibitionists? Charity Bowers? Donald Post? Esequial Hernandaz? Being the prison nation of the world? What will it take for them to see the light?I just simply can't imagine.
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Comment #20 posted by FoM on January 26, 2007 at 07:31:58 PT

I checked out the thread but as soon as I saw Meth mentioned my stomach felt sick and couldn't read anymore. That is a nasty drug and it can cause bad and dangerous behavior. Children shouldn't be exposed to people under the influence of that substance. Talk about a way to wreck a young childs mind. When meth faded away back in the 70s I was so happy and prayed it would never show up again but it did and that's so darn sad. I would never trust a meth user. I am a woman and love children so that's why it bothers me so much.
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Comment #19 posted by kaptinemo on January 26, 2007 at 07:22:13 PT:

Hi, FoM and Crew
I've been busy trench-fighting on the rhetorical front at Political Crossfire with the prohibs there; here's a taste: It's been a lot of fun, despite the prohibs always trying to ooze out around the nail-poundings they get. 
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Comment #18 posted by FoM on January 26, 2007 at 06:31:21 PT

Hey Kapt
It's really good to see you. 
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Comment #17 posted by FoM on January 26, 2007 at 06:29:32 PT

You made me smile. Hope and I have become close friends over these years. We have shared many e-mails and know about each other fairly well. I hope someday we can all meet.
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Comment #16 posted by kaptinemo on January 26, 2007 at 06:25:59 PT:

They're getting worried
I saw this 'preventionist' crap coming years ago. As soon as the media (finally!) began to refer to drug prohibition by what it actually was, the prohibs (dimly) started to realize how devastating the comparison between their efforts and alcohol Prohibition would be. But, to put it bluntly, they're still only one move away from checkmate. Loudly declare that there is a difference, and the media is well within it's rights to point out that:1) They are still prohibitionists because their goal is the maintenance of drug prohibition;2) Like alcohol Prohibition before it, drug prohibition has been an abject failure;3) Attempting to re-invent themselves in this way is but a tissue-paper thin ploy to try to avoid that comparison, and a none-too-honest one at that.4) They call attention to their failures by even trying this ploy, and so, they are inviting people to make the comparison...and thus they risk the judgement of the public in a time when there is widespread dissaffection for government policies thanks to 'current events'. The prohibs have been able to literally get away with murder for years thanks to public inattention to the DrugWar. If that public attention is focused on the DrugWar, then it will be 'found wanting' . As will all those who have been cheerleaders for it.Sometimes, the smartest move is just to hunker down silently and wait for the storm to pass. The prohibs have never been very smart in my book; Ms. Bennett is proving that assumption valid.
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Comment #15 posted by goneposthole on January 26, 2007 at 06:19:02 PT

Without a doubt, the US gov has ALS induced by its perpetual stupidity. Eventually, it won't be able to function whatsoever, hamstrung by laws that reach the sky.Don't anybody dare tell them that cannabis helps their condition.'Let them eat cake''Let them drink booze'
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Comment #14 posted by Toker00 on January 26, 2007 at 03:40:39 PT

Hey Hope,
When I was talking about you getting with FoM and running up threads, I meant that I enjoy your posts. I "hope" you didn't think otherwise. You and FoM come up with some funny and interesting stuff! It's like you guys are chatting away, oblivious to the millions of other people on the net. Sorta like listening in on a party line. (Remember those?) Women fascinate me with the way their thoughts just flow and peak and how they say what the other is thinking. Of course, I just love women in general, but you guys are top of the heap. Your value systems and points of view are valuable in helping us form our points of view. I just wish women would not underestimate their power of persuasion and that men were smart enough to listen to them a bit more.Toke.
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Comment #13 posted by Hope on January 25, 2007 at 22:47:24 PT

Overwhelm Sam
Brute mentality? That is so true.Which brings another scripture to mind...concerning "brute" and brutalness."They are brute beasts, fit for destruction."Now that makes me afraid for them. I feel my sense of mercy towards them coming back.If they would just stop their brutality!That's not that all beasts are fit for's the brute beast. The one who would hurt people with his horns, or fangs, or claws...or venom. And that scripture wasn't about was about people who were like "brute beasts".Sandra Bennett's "preventionist" call for "more enforcement" is about brutality to others....because she doesn't like what they choose to consume, she would treat them brutally.There are many dangerous things. There are many things that can hurt us. But a human who is a "brute beast" ...who chooses of it's own mind to hurt others...
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Comment #12 posted by Hope on January 25, 2007 at 22:34:59 PT

Thanks OverwhelmSam
I appreciate that. Sometimes I hesitate to write because I think I might be irritating or boring someone. I appreciate it that you don't mind reading what I have to say.You actually used two words that I wanted to use...I was thinking them once or twice...but abstained. Let me say I agree with those two words, vehemently. Who could not think them when reading about that ALS research and knowing of all the other research that we know of. Who could not think that?About Daniel and the lions. I try to draw courage from that story...wild as it is ...and the Meschac, Shadrac, and Abedneggo story. I can't see anyone as actually superior to another, but, Daniel, obviously was an extraordinary person...but I think it says, in some versions, that God "closed their mouths"...the lion's mouths. I'd have to check to see for sure. But what you said made me think of that...that God closed their mouths. We've definitely stepped in amongst roaring lions, the preventionists and prohibitionists and their prisons and dangerous, devouring ways. Wouldn't it be something if He would close the mouths of those who would devour us in this situation? I doubt the "lions" we are up against are going to consent to closing their mouths anytime soon. But so far they haven't managed to devour us...not all of us, anyway. I know they'd like to though.Evil isn't a word I use lightly. I meant what I said about them and what they do.EVIL! EVIL! EVIL! You "preventionists"! Preventing people relief from suffering! Preventing families from being whole because you arrested a parent, a spouse, or a child for cannabis use or cultivation. Preventing people from getting educations if they get your direction, of course. Preventing people from getting jobs because you gave them records for using a plant. Preventing people helping the sick. Preventing important and needed research.Preventing healing.You are even responsible for preventing a lot of people from living at are preventionists alright. Yeah...I can just see you telling God that you were only "preventionists" on that Judgement Day that we speak of every now and then.You, "meant well". Right.
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Comment #11 posted by OverwhelmSam on January 25, 2007 at 22:01:00 PT

Brute Mentality
Hope, I always enjoy reading your thoughts. How dare those insolent bastards treat us this way. It's the modern day equivalent to feeding Christians to the lions. Like Daniel, we will enter the arena and the lions will not attack us, for we are superior. It takes a while for the prohibitionists to understand that what they are doing is called brute mentality, an act that is frowned upon in most cultures.
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Comment #10 posted by Hope on January 25, 2007 at 21:28:26 PT

S. Bennet...all preventionists and prohibitionists
What you are doing to mankind in the name of your fetishes and small minded fears and superstitions is evil.Evil! Evil! Evil!You and what you do!Evil! Evil! Evil!
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Comment #9 posted by Hope on January 25, 2007 at 21:26:32 PT

Oh my gosh!
Cannabinoids can help ALS patients? That is so wonderful. That is such a horrible, horrible disease and there has been so little, if any help for it in the past.What does it take to get through to our leaders? Can cure some cancers? No. That didn't phase them. Likely can be a cancer preventative? No. Helps MS? No. Now it's shown that it can help with ALS...Lou Gehrig's Disease.What does it take to get through to them?This amazing plant, cannabis. I just don't understand how they can validate keeping this wonderful plant from the people.I'm so angry.God help us.Dang! He has helped us! He gave us cannabis and and our governments have prohibited it.The wickedness of cannabis prohibition is just so overwhelming. Sheer, stupid, insolent wickedness. That's what cannabis prohibition is.Evil, S. Bennett. Do you hear me?Evil!God help us get cannabis back, for the people, as was intended.
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Comment #8 posted by The GCW on January 25, 2007 at 21:09:28 PT

Three-dollar shakedown
Three-dollar shakedown

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Comment #7 posted by The GCW on January 25, 2007 at 21:02:01 PT

For computer geeks...
I've noticed a few people at C-News understand computers and the internet...This is news to include...-Whose Internet is it?The battle over online freedom is coming to a server near you By Pamela White computer and internet has been a good thing for cannabists. How will the future hold up for ending cannabis prohibition?
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Comment #6 posted by The GCW on January 25, 2007 at 20:40:24 PT

US: "Weeds" blooms for network Viewed at:,2792,DRMN_23_5220646,00.htmlJan. 18, 2007
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Comment #5 posted by ekim on January 25, 2007 at 19:54:50 PT

Pete has this up 
 Thursday, January 25, 2007 NIDA fails to propagandize WikipediaRyan Grim at The Politico reports on the efforts of the National Institute on Drug Abuse to remove the Wikipedia information about them that is controversial, and replace it with glowing propaganda. 
In late August, someone with an IP address that originated from the National Institutes of Health drastically edited the Wikipedia entry for the National Institute on Drug Abuse, which operates within NIH. Wikipedia determined the edit to be vandalism and automatically changed the definition back to the original. On Sept. 18, the NIH vandal returned, according to a history of the site's edits posted by Wikipedia. This time, the definition was gradually changed, presumably to avoid the vandalism detector.
NIDA spokeswoman Dorie Hightower confirmed that her agency was behind the editing. She said in an e-mail that the definition was changed "to reflect the science."A little more than science-reflecting was done to the site. Gone first was the "Controversial research" section that included comments critical of NIDA. Next went the section on the NIDA-sponsored program that grows marijuana for research and medical purposes. The next slice of the federal editor's knife left all outside references on the cutting-room floor, replaced with links to government Web sites.One of the things they cut, by the way, was a link to Drug WarRant that was on the page.
Today, much of the original material is back up -- Wikipedia doesn't react well to censorship.If you'd like to see what the page looked like at various stages, you can actually see its history (scroll down on each page past the two columns of change indications to see the look and content of the page at that time).Page after NIDA's first blatant attempt to wipe it clean 
Page restored as it was 
Page at one point when Drug WarRant was listed as an outside resource 
Page after later gradual attempt to turn it into a pro-NIDA propaganda page. 
Page as it currently exists (which, as of this moment, even includes a section with links to today's articles regarding NIDA's attempt to take over the page.)
They saw an opportunity. Nobody wants to go to the drug warrior sites and read their propaganda, so they decided to make Wikipedia's entry over in the way they wished. It doesn't work that way.
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Comment #4 posted by FoM on January 25, 2007 at 19:54:03 PT

I just wanted to say it's good to see you.
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Comment #3 posted by aolbites on January 25, 2007 at 19:42:37 PT

yea. math is easy
3,500,000.00 United Kingdom Pounds = 6,878,758.76 United States Dollarsthose decimals are Rather important
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Comment #2 posted by Sam Adams on January 25, 2007 at 16:46:35 PT

Tuesdays with Morrie
The story would have been a lot longer if they'd been blazing huge spliffs while they were talking.
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Comment #1 posted by freewillks on January 25, 2007 at 15:58:21 PT

OT:Woman Who Died After Water-Drinking Contest
This is a sad Event. A mother gave her life for a video game console. They should pay dearly for thier actions.Water kills, maybe we should outlaw Water to protect our children. How many people are addicted to this strange little molecule H2O. Pharma should make a synthetic water so as not to kill anyone. I'm sure that it would only have minor side effects.Water kills, Cannabis does not.
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