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A bill that would have legalized marijuana possession for adults ages 21 and over has been rejected by a House committee in the Washington state

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NEW YORK – The Board of Directors of the Partnership for a Drug-Free America today named Patricia “Pat” F. Russo Chairman of the national non-profit

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has directed cigarette companies to provide detailed information on their products by June, when the agency for the

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Lung-cancer tumors may grow larger and more quickly in patients who continue to smoke after being diagnosed with the disease, according to researchers who conducted

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The British Columbia Court of Appeal has rejected a lawsuit from Canada’s Conservative government that sought to shutter Vancouver’s Insight safe-injection program for IV-drug users,

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Researchers who studied 22,000 men over more than two decades have concluded that drinking alcohol is not associated with either the odds of having a

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A bill that gives judges discretion to override mandatory sentencing rules for drug sales in drug-free school zones has passed both houses of the New

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Research shows that whites are more likely to smoke marijuana than members of minority groups, but 87 percent of those arrested in New York City

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The Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) is being chided for slapping an “R” rating on the adult comedy “It’s Complicated,” a film with little

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In one of the first challenges to the tobacco-regulation law passed by Congress last year, a federal judge in Kentucky has upheld most of the

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