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Government mis-uses data, situation normal

Today’s New York Times article: Profiling Report Leads to a Demotion is interesting in that it describes a process that has become amazingly typical in government use of data (particularly as it relates to the drug war). Amid all the reports of racial profiling in highway stops, the Justice Department did a study – more […]

New Blog at MAPS

Via Libby at Last One Speaks, I discover that there is a new blog with the title: Notes on the MAPS/Craker/DEA hearing concerning the establishment of a pilot medical marijuana production facility at the University of Massachussetts, Amherst Rick Doblin is one of the bloggers, posting directly from the hearings.

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Utah media torn

Coverage of the attacked rave continues, and media sources in very conservative Utah are trying to figure out how to deal with it. The most confused appears to be the Daily Herald. The first half of the opinion piece is paragraph after paragraph of law-and-order mantra, supporting the police activity and opining that the young […]