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The feds should end their losing war on weed

The feds should end their losing war on weed

Presently, most of the illicit marijuana in North America is grown by Mexican drug gangs (largely the Sinaloa Cartel), both in their country and in many remote areas of the U.S., … Those include hardcore addictive substances like heroin, cocaine and methamphetamines, as well as prescription opioids.
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Kensington is a section of North Philadelphia, NOT …

Experts claim they have ‘new evidence’ that suggests the Biblical ship ended up on Mount Ararat · Inside the heart of America’s addiction epidemic: Stirring photos capture the Philadelphia suburb crippled by opioids, heroin and fentanyl · Trump tears into golden showers dossier calling it a ‘Crooked …
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Colorado Students Are ‘Curious’ About Opioid Epidemic

The only place to find one in North America is Canada. The debate over SIFs made it into the classroom. Tyler Harvey, 18, has been researching the topic and is a fan. “You can tell someone to stop using drugs if they’re addicted to heroin or meth or something like that,” said Harvey. “But at the end of the …
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North Carolina’s Opioid Action Plan 2017-2021

North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services. 06/2017 This 42-page document details North Carolina’s plan to implement comprehensive strategies in seven focus areas to reduce opioid addiction and overdose death. It describes the strategies and actions in the focus areas, state lead for each, and how to measure progress. (PDF) (Source: Disaster Lit: Resource Guide for Disaster Medicine an
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CareFirst still faces several hurdles in establishing opioid treatment network

CareFirst is continuing its search for addiction treatment centers willing to join the network, especially in areas like the Eastern Shore, and Western and Southern Maryland. (Source: bizjournals.com Health Care:Pharmaceuticals headlines)
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