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7 headlines found matching 'Controlled Substances Act'
Thu April 06, 2017
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(KOIN Portland)
 
 
 
Police were baffled by narcotic thefts at pharmacy until meeting the pharmacist. Mighty fine police work there, Lou
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Thu March 23, 2017
(KAIT Jonesboro)
 
 
 
Drug paraphernalia ✓ Meth ✓ Xanax ✓ Hydrocodone ✓ Being sold at a gas station ✓ Or as they call that in Arkansas just another day ending with the letter Y
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Mon March 13, 2017
(Washington Post)
 
 
 
New lawsuit now claims 1,800 former NFL players were given painkillers to help them play through injuries. Some were so heavily drugged they signed contracts with the Cleveland Browns
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Fri March 10, 2017
(Guardian)
 
 
 
In what is surely pure coincidence, AG Sessions has followed up last week's memo rescinding the federal policy ending the use of private for-profit prisons, with one suggesting he wants prosecutors to again seek maximum sentences for drug offenses
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Sun February 26, 2017
(Washington Post)
 
 
 
Using marijuana to treat chronic pain might help cut down on opioid abuse, but what's the point because then you're a marijuana addict anyway
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Sat February 11, 2017
(WVTM13 Birmingham)
 
 
 
Oxycodone ✔ Methamphetamine ✔ Cocaine ✔ Morphine ✔ Marijuana ✔ Suboxone strips ✔ A large amount of cash ✔ Or as cops call it 'Another normal day in Alabama'
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Sat February 04, 2017
(Guardian)
 
 
 
Imagine a plant that cuts cholesterol, reduces exposure to toxins, can ease joint inflammation, proves more durable than concrete, and can provide the economy with much-needed jobs for farmers and manufacturers. Cool. So why is it illegal to grow?
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