Ohio's Drug War: Hearings Before the Committee on Governmental Affairs, United States Senate, One Hundred First Congress, First and Second Sessions, December 8, 1989 (Columbus, OH); February 13, 1990 (Cleveland, OH).
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Página 70 - Mr. Chairman, that concludes my remarks. I would be happy to answer any questions.
Página 114 - Senator PELL. You are very kind and I appreciate the briefness of your testimony. Your statement will be fully studied. Thank you very much, Mr. Venables. I agree with you on the two years authorization period. The meeting of the Foreign Relations Committee is adjourned, subject to the call of the Chair. (Whereupon, at 12:45 pm, the Committee was adjourned, subject to the call of the Chair. ) (The following statements were later submitted for the record :) STATEMENT IN SUPPORT OF THE APPROPRIATIONS...
Página 27 - ... almost doubled in the last few years. And that's why habitual cocaine users, especially crack users, are the most pressing, immediate drug problem. What, then, is our plan? To begin with, I trust the lesson of experience: No single policy will cut it, no matter how glamorous or magical it may sound. To win the war against addictive drugs like crack will take more than just a Federal strategy: It will take a national strategy, one that reaches into every school, every workplace, involving every...
Página 4 - Washington to find out what is working and what is not working in the area of drug enforcement, testing and education.
Página 260 - The most important finding of the study is this: An urban school system can be turned around only if the entire community unites on its behalf. The problems are too severe and intertwined — and entangled with broader community social and economic events — to be solved by the educational bureaucracy.
Página 26 - If we are going to spend money, we ought to spend it for constructive purposes.
Página 4 - ... abuse it; more than one million are hooked on crack; seven million smoke marijuana at least once a week; as many as one million are hooked on heroin; 10 million abuse tranquilizers and other pyschotherapeutic drugs; one million regularly use hallucinogens like LSD and PCP; and Ice — (smokeable speed) a likely candidate to succeed crack as the 1990's drug of the month — has already hooked thousands.