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    The picture on the Arizona State Troopers website shows the mock arrest of someone in front of a group of elementary school children. It’s part of a… Read More
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    It was back in January when “N-bomb” first made the news in Arizona. Noah Wadsworth died after using the synthetic drug – reportedly, two drops … Read More
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    Not the dangerous animal, the dangerous drug. Krokodil is the street name for a heroin substitute. The name is Russian for crocodile and comes from th… Read More
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    An article in the Camp Verde Bugle earlier this month from County Attorney Sheila Polk makes a strong case against fully legalizing marijuana. In it, … Read More
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    There’s little doubt that casinos have been a boon to Native Americans generally, and in our part of the Southwest specifically. Allowing legal gamb… Read More
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    A year ago, the state released almost a hundred certificates for marijuana dispensary licenses. Applicants had until June of this year to file for an … Read More
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    Heroin is unique among drugs of abuse for a few reasons. One is the nature of the addiction – a heroin addict typically signs up for a decades-long … Read More
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    Last week the sentencing of Luis Vasquez, a Customs Officer who was found guilty of marijuana trafficking, was put off until August. He faces 40 years… Read More
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    We’ve had medical marijuana in Arizona for some time, but the system for getting it to patients is still a hybrid that misses some of the key elemen… Read More
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    While one can discuss and debate the wisdom of anyone drinking to excess, whether Native American or not, their safety from unintended consequences su… Read More


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