Table of Contents for 1996 Political Platform comprised of these Drug War Headquarter Publications.
These six summary publications were mailed, or e-mailed when possible to my growing address list that I consistently lobbied to help bring change. This list included the 4,000 celebrities, corporate execs, and other VIPs listed in Michael Levine's "The Address Book", plus another 10,000 address I had compiled of newspapers and magazine publishers, radio and television broadcasters. Because I was already prompting the various offices of the Federal Government to grant me a license to cultivate hemp (EO12919 - Application), I did not send them these publications, I felt they should have read their own copies.
This is an excellent letter for those with an interest.
July 24, 1995Lee P. Brown Director Office of the National Drug Control Policy Executive Office of the President of the United States Washington, DC 20500
Dear Mr. Brown:
In January 1995, I submitted to your office the business plan for Kansas Environmentalists for Commerce in Hemp (KECH) in compliance with Executive Order 12919.
President Clintons National Drug Strategy Control Budget Summary Total 1996 requested expenditures total 14.6 billion dollars, and does not include the city and state manditory contributions of 6% of all their respective budgets.
Office of the National Drug Strategy Control Policy 1996 Budget - Volume 1
What America's Users Spend On Illegal Drugs, 1988 - 1993
Executive Office of the President Office of National Drug Control Policy
Lee P. Brown, Director
Notes & Research by: Debby Moore, Founder Kansas Environmentalists for Commerce in Hemp State Education Center Kansas Political Action Headquarters 2742 E. 2nd Wichita, KS, 67214 (316) 681-1743 email@example.com
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Executive Summary 3 2-In 1993, Americans spent $49 billion on these drugs: $31 billion on cocaine, $7 billion on heroin, $9 billion on marijuana, and $2 billion on other illegal drugs and legal drugs used illicitly. 4-Between 1988 and 1993, the amount spent on marijuana has remained constant. 9-Money is not the only form of payment for illicit drugs. Dealers often keep drugs for personal use, users help dealers in exchange for drugs, and users perform sex for drugs (especially crack cocaine). When such "income in kind" is valued at current retail prices, an additional $3 billion to $5 billion must be added to the total for cocaine and an additional $2 billion to $3 billion to the total for heroin. In this report, all expenditures are in 1994 dollar equivalents. These expenditure estimates do not include income in kind
Marijuana Information Packet
Office of National Drug Control Policy
Drugs & Crime Clearinghouse