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There’s always room for fine-tuning regulatory systems. But when it comes to alcohol, the free market isn’t cheaper.

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New Jersey’s nonviolent offenders with addiction disorders could be eligible for early release from prison — with continued substance abuse treatment — under proposed legislation sponsored by

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New York, NY – The University of Michigan’s Monitoring the Future study (MTF) — the largest survey on teen drug abuse tracking over 46,000 8th, 10th

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The Afflicted and Affected, an internet show focused on addiction, is shutting down after three years, according to an announcement released Jan. 4.

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Reclaiming Futures model program to expandTwo federal agencies and a private foundation have awarded $4.1 million to three communities to create or develop juvenile drug courts using the Reclaiming Futures model to serve youth struggling with alcohol, drugs, and crime.

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The Treatment Research Institute (TRI) is launching a new research center to translate evidence-based research into specific strategies and tools that will help parents better help their teen-aged children who are struggling with substance abuse problems.

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Google has shifted its Adwords advertising policy to allow advertisers to sell hard alcohol.

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Advil and SudafedThe easiest way to stop meth use would be to make a key ingredient available only by prescription, according to Rob Bovett, a district attorney from Oregon.

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Four LokoThe onslaught of national attention to Alcohol Energy Drinks (AEDs), dubbed “blackout in a can” by many, continues to pick up steam. Here’s a quick overview of what’s going on, with links to some of the most interesting news coverage and advocacy efforts this week.

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Turns out that researchers looking to help tobacco farmers have found a new use for tobacco and nicotine — as a pesticide.

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