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The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that crime-lab reports can no longer be used against defendants at trial unless the analyst who created the report

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Legislators in Illinois are considering a bill that would increase penalties for marijuana containing high levels of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the Chicago Sun Times reported June 13.

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A group of Italian investigators has found that an anti-cancer agent called α-CBT — derived from cobra venom — inhibited the growth of lung-cancer cells

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The Oregon Senate has approved legislation which would allow farmers to cultivate and process hemp, a crop closely related to marijuana, the Oregonian reported June 19.

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Red Watch Band, a volunteer program started at Stony Brook University in New York, aims to teach students what to do when someone passes out from

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Series: Drugs in the Military The young age of recruits, cycles of activity and boredom, and general attitudes about alcohol use are all parts of

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The Florida Supreme Court recently declined to review the case of Sharon Johnston, a Naples doctor found guilty of criminally dispensing controlled substances, the Naples

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The Obama administration’s 2009 counternarcotics strategy includes high-tech efforts to prevent the flow of drugs across the U.S.-Mexico border and a stepped-up campaign to cut

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A proposed substitute for the Senate’s tobacco-regulation bill was rejected on a 60-36 vote, and the Senate is now poised to approve the landmark regulatory

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The U.S. tobacco industry, which once had the power to block most federal legislation it did not like, has lost most of its allies on

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