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The suspects arrested in connection with the largest-ever federal raids on Colorado's medical-marijuana industry are expected to appear in court Monday, and one federal court record indicates at least one of the charges involves money laundering.
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The Australian Crime Commission have warned the nation the size of the ice problem is reaching pandemic proportions. Victoria Police deputy commissioner Graham Ashton has an equally chilling warning to all parents in country Victoria about the ice plague."It is clear that an entire generation of rural youth is at risk, threatening the future prosperity of those communities."
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Don't believe the hype: marijuana legalization poses too many risks to public health and public safety. Based on almost two decades of research, community-based work, and policy practice across three presidential administrations, my new book "Reefer Sanity" discusses some widely held myths about marijuana
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Dressed up in orange prison uniforms and shackled at the wrists and ankles, former convicts took to the streets of Beacon Valley with the message that "crime doesn't pay".
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Teenagers who drink alcohol and smoke marijuana may be at increased risk for unsafe driving, according to a study in the May issue of the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs.
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Two ministers, one of them a close relative of Shiromani Akali Dal presiden tand Punjab´s powerful Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal, are facing heat due to their alleged involvement in the multi-million dollar international drugs trade operating from Punjab
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As Swedish media reveal their 'Who should you vote for?' tests on Monday, tabloid Aftonbladet has singled out eight European parliament candidates who have all confessed to using narcotics.
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When Florida voters go to the polls this November to cast their ballot on the legalization of medical marijuana, the state's Sheriff's Association wants them to vote no. The Florida Sheriff's Association is set to make a large push against legalization.
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Calvina Fay, executive director of Florida-based Drug Free America, says that she could use the help of a few billionaires. She has been in the trenches in the war against marijuana for decades and said that mostly modest grass-roots donations make up the bulk of anti-pot campaigns and are no match for the cash being raised by pro-marijuana groups. Fay believes that lopsided donations were instrumental in successful campaigns to legalize recreational marijuana sales in Colorado and Washington and may determine outcomes in future battles.
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The clash has intensified between police and drug producers, with cannabis growing more than doubling in Norfolk in the last five years. A prolonged crackdown by police in London has forced growers and dealers to shift their operations out of the capital and into the regions – with East Anglia increasingly on the radar. The criminals are also moving from industrial-scale factories to smaller operations – often in homes or outbuildings.
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