A new designer drug is generating the same old knee-jerk prohibitionist responses. Be scared, very scared!
Who could have foreseen this? Laws designed to limit illicit meth production by tracking cold pill purchased have led to a whole new black market, the AP reports.
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A campus cop, an auxiliary cop, and a sheriff's deputy all go down.
New year, new body count in Mexico's seemingly unending prohibition-related violence. It's up to 136 so far this year.
Despite a nationwide emergency ban by the DEA, some state legislators still feel impelled to ban synthetic cannabinoids at the state level.
One Nebraska state senator has identified a grave threat to the Cornhusker State: Welfare recipients on drugs.
The Illinois House has shot down a medical marijuana bill already passed by the state Senate, but there is an outside chance it could still get another shot this session.
The year's second death during a drug law enforcement operation occurred Tuesday in Corpus Christi. Police said it was a suicide, but some local observers are assuming the worst.
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