Treasury, Postal Service, and General Government Appropriations for Fiscal Year 1994: Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on ... Congress, First Session (Classic Reprint).
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By: U. S. Committee on Appropriations (Author)
Mr. Hoyer. I would like to welcome you today to a hearing on this country's National Drug Control policy. It would be very easy for a hearing such as this to become de-focused because there are so many aspects of the illegal drug problem.
It doesn't just deal with supply reduction or demand reduction. It does not just deal with national, Federal State, or local govern ments. In a very real sense, it deals with individuals making deci sions about how we as a society can persuade individuals to make the right decision.
We are going to focus this hearing on the Office of National Drug Control Policy. I view that Office as the one which is responsible, and I believe the Con ess perceived that as well when it handed down the legislation, or assisting the President in development of a National Drug Control Policy and for the implementation of that policy after it has been approved.
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