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Up Front - CCSF Faces Closure - July 6, 2012 at 7:00am

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Up Front - CCSF Faces Closure

Sonali Kolhatkar interviews the author of "Drugs." Richard Wolinsky reviews "Scottsboro." Meanwhile, City College of San Francisco has been given 9 months to prove why it should keep its accreditation. If the accreditation goes, so does all its public funding. So, who’s to blame--and what’s the solution? With: Larry Kramer, spokesperson for City College of San Francisco William Walker, CCSF Student Trustee Alisa Messer, American Federation of Teachers Union Local 2121

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obviously mr h has not been

obviously mr h has not been affected by parents, siblings or his children being addicted to drugs. as a 78 year old great grandmother i have witnessed the suffering and heartbreak of families in my therapy practice and in my home when involved in the addiction of loved ones. if only 20% of the population becomes addicted when using drugs, that is a huge number of children, teens, adults whose lives are going down the drain because of drug use. i don't believe in prosecuting drug offenders as criminals, but to deny the terrible affect on our society of addiction is to put our head in the sand unless you are one of the sufferers. our prisons, jails and rehab centers are full of the misery of human beings. read gabor matte and you will understand, mr h. natasha wist

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