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What a gift to the November Coalition means

With an annual membership contribution or donation of $30 or more, you will receive The Razor Wire, the November Coalition's newspaper published twice a year. Daily website updates, and projects that a national network of volunteers use to teach the public about drug war injustice are available all year long. You and your family or local network can keep up-to-date on issues and legislative proposals that are important. Members will also be urged to become active in one or more projects to raise public awareness and citizen pressure to change punitive drug laws. Contributions over and above your membership dues create opportunities for all our members to work to end drug war injustice. Dues and donations are tax deductible.

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Minimum Annual Membership Dues: $30.00 for Individuals / $15.00 for Students / $10.00 for Prisoners

Many people choose to sponsor an incarcerated person's dues when they join. To do this, please add $10.00 to your donation, and use the "notes" field as you process your PayPal Donation to let us know you want to sponsor an incarcerated member, too.

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November Coalition Foundation
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Colville, WA 99114

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