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Pain contracts that force chronic pain patients to agree to intrusive drug testing and other invasions of privacy are becoming increasingly ubiquitous.
In a first, more than two dozen members of the clergy in Nevada came out in support of regulating marijuana. The news continues to reverberate.
Feature: Justice Department Report Shows Drug Use Among Prisoners Holding Steady, But Emphasizes Increased Methamphetamine Use
A new government report finds prior drug use by prisoners almost unchanged from a decade ago, but highlights slight increases in prior methamphetamine use while removing alcohol from consideration.
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A tawdry tale out of Tulsa tops the corrupt cops stories this week.
Dr. William Hurwitz will remain in prison pending a new trial after a federal judge decided he was a flight risk.
Florida's Pinellas County has passed a tough new paraphernalia ordinance that lowers the standard of proof necessary to win a sales conviction.
Locked in a tight race, Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue is making methamphetamine a campaign issue.
The mayor of the Mexican border city of Tijuana has ordered an investigation of all 2,300 city police for links to the drug trade, but there is more to the mayor's move than meets the eye.
New Zealand's drug testing in sports regime is catching hardly anyone using banned substances, and most of those it does catch were just smoking marijuana.
Events and quotes of note from this week's drug policy events of years past.
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