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Illinois Drug Law Question?

Question by : Illinois drug law question?
I have a spotless record, I mean I don’t even have a speeding ticket on my record. I am 32 years old. If I get busted with 3.5 grams of cocaine, what am I looking at in terms of jail time and fines?… Continue reading

State Investigators of Narconon Arrowhead Say They Were Wrongfully Fired

State Investigators Of Narconon Arrowhead Say They Were Wrongfully Fired
OKLAHOMA CITY -. The Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse started investigating Narconon Arrowhead in July 2012 after three people died at the facility in nine months' time. More than a year later, the agency fired Inspector General Kim… Continue reading

Play Portrays Twisted 'Peanuts'

Play portrays twisted 'Peanuts'
“We are going to talk about the issue of sexual orientation for sure, but we will also discuss the topics of bulimia, the female body image, drug use and alcohol use.” The department is also partnering with Joshua Adair's “Gender and Diversity Studies …
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Bain Capital Sees Opportunity in Methadone Clinics

Bain Capital sees opportunity in methadone clinics
Bain paid $ 58 million to acquire the for-profit centers through CRC Health Corp., a California company it has owned since 2006. CRC Health is the biggest provider of substance abuse treatment and behavioral health services in the country. This foray …
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Online Narcotics Anonymous Group Chat – Not Meeting

Online Narcotics Anonymous Group Chat – Not meeting — PLEASE READ: From Paltalk’s TOS: “In addition, you should be aware that if you elect to publish, distribute, disseminate or otherwise make available (hereina…

BROOKLYN PARK Police seize 00 in drugs, cash in Brooklyn Park traffic stop
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Correction: Heroin-Vermont Story

Correction: Heroin-Vermont story
MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) — In a story April 5 about Vermont's heroin problem, The Associated Press, relying on information provided by the Vermont Health Department, reported erroneously on a statistic about the drug's use. The department revised a report to say the number of people receiving treatment… Continue reading