An initiative from the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy, Fast Lane was an anti-drug campaign (marijuana in particular) that was paid for by the U.S. Government and ran in Marvel Comics titles from 1999-2000, as well as other kid-oriented magazines.
Fast Lane is a four-part story, all being eight pages long and placed in the center of Marvel Comics every other month. Fast Lane had Spider-Man as the main character with the introduction of movie star Zane Whelan who promotes marijuana use and is idolized by Daily Bugle intern Sam Exmore. While over-exaggerating the effects of marijuana in the story (such as hallucinations), Sam eventually learns the dangers of the drug.
Written by Glenn Herdling and drawn by Gregg Schigiel.
Part 1: Media Blitz!
Part 2: Feel the Rush!
Part 3: On the Edge
Part 4: Back on Target
Fast Lane was collected in Spider-Man Fights Substance Abuse.