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FDA Approves At-Home Heroin Overdose Kit

With deaths from heroin and prescription painkiller overdoses now a full-swing American epidemic, the federal government has taken steps towards preventing drug fatalities by approving an at home overdose antidote.

DEA: Mexican Cartels Move into Colorado, Washington

The DEA chief, Michele Leonhart, asserted Mexican drug cartels are "setting up shop" in Washington and Colorado in anticipation of a cannabis boom.

Brazil Cracks Down on Drug Gangs Ahead of World Cup

Brazilian Military Police backed by Marine troops occupied the massive Maré favela next to Rio de Janeiro's Galeao international airport on March 31, allegedly without firing a shot. 

California Wants to Bust Sober Stoners for DUI

California lawmakers want to bust marijuana users for DUI, even when they are not stoned. A recent proposal introduced in the state legislature would make it illegal for an individual to operate a motor vehicle with even a small trace of a controlled substance in their bl...

Oregon State Police Withdraw From Private Anti-Marijuana Summit

Noelle Crombie at The Oregonian reports that the Oregon State Police will no longer be sending two of its representatives to an upcoming anti-marijuana legalization summit.

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