The Journal-Pioneer, 21 Jan 2016 - Illegal Drug Overtakes Prescription Narcotics As Drug of Choice in Prince County Dr. Don Ling calls it worrisome, a drug that quickly takes users into its grip. Speed. Crank. Ice. Methamphetamine.
The Journal-Pioneer, 20 Jan 2016 - Methamphetamine the main focus of Prince District JFO Drug Unit At first glance, they look like candy. In a small plastic bag, there are almost 500 tablets, similar in size and shape to PEZ candy.
Honolulu Star-Advertiser, 06 Jan 2016 - Cocaine use in the workplace doubled in the fourth quarter from the year-earlier period while marijuana still remained the drug of choice. Among employees and job applicants tested for drugs, 0.4 percent tested positive for cocaine during the final three months of the year, according to a report Tuesday by Honolulu-based Diagnostic Laboratory Services Inc. That's up from 0.3 percent in the third quarter and double the 0.2 percent who tested positive for the drug in the fourth quarter of 2014.
Los Angeles Times, 30 Dec 2015 - The Loosening of Marijuana Laws in Much of the U.S. Increases Competition. BADIRAGUATO, Mexico - He started growing marijuana as a teenager and for four decades earned a modest living from his tiny plot tucked at the base of these rugged mountains of western Mexico.
Los Angeles Times, 29 Dec 2015 - Colorado Credit Union Seeks to Do Business With the Pot Industry. DENVER - Calling itself the "littlest David" battling the "biggest Goliath," a fledgling Colorado credit union took the Federal Reserve to court Monday in a case that may determine whether the cannabis industry will bank openly or continue to operate almost entirely in cash.
Seattle Times, 27 Dec 2015 - Forced Recuitment? With China developing an appetite for marijuana, methamphetamine and other illicit substances, Chinese authorities are looking to stars as front-line soldiers in the battle against drugs.
Waikato Times, 26 Dec 2015 - BID TO TURN CELEBRITIES INTO MORAL MODELS Imagine if, after arresting a wave of celebrities on drug charges, American government officials pressed the heads of major Hollywood studios, A-list actors, record-label chiefs and chart-topping singers to sign promises that they would stay away from vices like drugs, pornography and gambling.
Baltimore Sun, 20 Dec 2015 - For Anthony Miles, Feb. 15, 2013, was a busy day of juggling calls, setting up meetings and touting a high-quality shipment he was expecting soon. Still, he found time to put air in the tires of his Mercedes and to note how well the day was going. Raising a large stack of bills in both hands, he bragged to a companion: I just made $20,000 in one hour. Just three days later, Miles was less euphoric. He grumbled he was making "chump change" while an associate was clearing $150,000 a day "with his eyes closed."
SF Weekly, 10 Dec 2015 - Most of California's 3 million or so cannabis consumers don't care how the state's biggest cash crop and America's favorite illegal substance becomes legal - just when. November 2016 is looking more and more likely, with the disappearance this week of one major roadblock to the legalization movement in California: the movement itself.
The Daily Press, 05 Dec 2015 - Prospects of legalized marijuana draws mixed reaction - though TPS chief expects big trouble TIMMINS - Almost two months after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau promised to legalize marijuana, the practical implications of that promise are still half-baked.