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Entries for June 2010

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled against automatic deportation of legal immigrants for minor drug offenses.
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Mexican President Felipe Calderon compared the United States to a drug addict as he sought to shore up support for his antidrug efforts at home. “It is as though we have a neighbor next door who is the biggest addict in the world, with the added fact that everyone wants to sell drugs through our house,” said Calderon.
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Sarah Palin said that she does not support marijuana legalization but seemed to offer some support for decriminalization of the drug.
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Free cocktails are fast becoming a thing of the past at gambling casinos across the Midwest.
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Ecstasy overdoses cluster around 'raves' -- all-night dance parties where the drug is prevalent -- and use of the drug is on the rise.
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Spurred by a pair of medical-marijuana regulation bills freshly signed into law by Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter, advocates in Colorado are eyeing a legalization push for the 2012 ballot.
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Teens who drank a lot of alcoholic beverages and coffee, smoked, and got little exercise were more likely to suffer from migrane and tension headaches, according to German researchers.
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Medical-marijuana cards are carried by 1.25 percent of the general population in Montana but about 9 percent of parolees in the state.
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Most marijuana users use the drug infrequently and are not in need of intervention, according to Canadian researchers who said public-health efforts around marijuana should be directed primarily at those at most risk of problem use.
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Heavy and long-term users of the club drug ketamine risk developing incontinence and other bladder issues, suggests a small study of young ketamine users in Hong Kong.
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