The U.S. House of Representatives passed a measure allowing various government agencies to help pay for the government's lawsuit against cigarette makers.
DanceSafe is a web site designed to prevent overdoses by Ecstasy users by teaching them how to test the pills for authenticity.
At least half of the federal drug-control budget should be devoted to treatment and prevention, according to a group of prominent physicians.
Factoring bad weather, a pending lawsuit and political friction between growers and tobacco companies, it appears that tobacco farmers could be in for a chaotic year.
Since 1989, the major tobacco companies have contributed more than $34 million to members of Congress, candidates and congressional campaign committees.
An independent review of the Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) found the agency to be understaffed and demoralized.
After the Office of National Drug Control Policy acknowledged using computer “cookies” to track and identify visitors to its anti-drug web site, President Clinton ordered the practice stopped.
Raves, known primarily for their association with loud music and designer drug use, also serve as a gathering place where teens can enjoy a sense of community apart from the adult world.
Liquor marketers are boosting their efforts to reach the lucrative Hispanic market.
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