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Southeast Indiana’s Main Dealer of Meth, and Others Charged

Posted On June 15, 2017 By Mike Perleberg (Left to right) Kenneth J Rodmaker, Jessica L Steele, Timothy A Parsons Jr, Joyce A Parsons, Morgan Whaley Photos by Dearborn County Sheriff’s Department (Dearborn County, Ind) – Four Dearborn County residents are charged in connection with a multi-state methamphetamine dealing operation Detectives with the Dearborn-Ohio County Special Crimes Unit, Ripley County Sheriff’s Office, and other agencies began investigating the dealers last
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AG Sessions Sanctuary Jurisdictions Statement

March 27, 2017 Earlier today, Attorney General Jeff Sessions delivered remarks at the White House daily press conference concerning sanctuary jurisdictions, and enforcement of federal immigration laws AG Sessions stated that State and local governments seeking Justice Department grants must certify they are in compliance with 8 USC Section 1373 to receive the funding Sessions stated that compliance with federal immigration laws will be a prerequisite for states and localities that want to
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Sessions Renews Attack on Drug Use

‘It Will Destroy Your Life’ Bloomberg March 15, 2017 US Attorney General Jeff Sessions vowed to crack down on drug use, including marijuana, sowing fresh seeds of doubt about the future of the legal-cannabis industry    “Our nation needs to say once again that using drugs is bad; it will destroy your life,” he said in the speech to law-enforcement officials in Richmond, Virginia “I reject the idea that we’re going to be better placed if we have more marijuana It’s not
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Senator Joe Donnelly Speaks About Prescription Drug Abuse and Heroin

May 12, 2015 Dear Hoosier, Prescription drug abuse and heroin use is a serious problem around the country, including in Indiana Addressing the growing heroin and ongoing prescription drug abuse epidemics is a top priority of mine I recently reintroduced The Heroin and Prescription Opioid Abuse Prevention, Education, and Enforcement Act with my friend Senator Kelly Ayotte, a Republican from New Hampshire Watch this short video to learn more about our effort Thank you for the
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Don’t Legalize Marijuana

The Washington Examiner Don't Legalize Marijuana http://wwwwashingtonexaminercom/article/2564219 By Washington Examiner | May 9, 2015 | 5:00 am States are challenging the supremacy of federal law on drug policy, so the Drug Enforcement Agency is likely to be confronted increasingly with petitions to remove marijuana from Schedule One of the Controlled Substances Act — the drugs that have "no accepted medical use" Whatever the failures of the war on drugs, removing pot from
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They Do it Every Year – State Mandated Training

Steuben Departments Share Costs/Lessons at Training Session Posted: Thursday, March 5, 2015 11:00 pm | Updated: 6:25 am, Fri Mar 6, 2015 By Amy Oberlin aoberlin@kpcmediacom To see full color PDF article, click this link:  HERALD REPUBLICAN ANGOLA — They have to do it every year Police officers have state training mandates to keep up with, such as how to deal with blood-borne pathogens and people with mental disturbances For the past five years, Steuben County
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Washington Voters Did Not Consider Impact the Legalization of Marijuana Could Have on Kids

Doctors say more kids using drugs since marijuana legalized Alex Rozier, KING 5 News February 12, 2015 SEATTLE -- Seattle Children's Hospital says the number of infractions for drugs in schools continues to increase Some doctors are now worried that some Washington voters did not consider the impact the legalization of marijuana could have on kids Dr Leslie Walker, chief of Adolescent Medicine at Seattle Children's, says more kids are embracing a mentality that marijuana is OK for them to
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Tracing Heroin Trafficking in New Mexico

http://wwwinsightcrimeorg/news-analysis/tracing-heroin-trafficking-in-new-mexico Written by Kyra Gurney - Thursday, 12 February 2015 US/Mexico Border Tools and Data Heroin Mexican cartels are flooding the United States with heroin and opiates to keep pace with rising demand InSight Crime takes a look at the trafficking and distribution of these drugs in New Mexico, one of the epicenters of heroin addiction Seated at an upscale coffee shop in Albuquerque, sporting a baseball cap and
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