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Drug war

Starting on September 1st, NYPD officers will be directed to issue criminal court summonses to those caught smoking marijuana, rather than making a misdemeanor arrest.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions just issued a major update to the Department of Justice's criminal charging policy, one that has some New York official and advocates concerned that the War on Drugs may be returning.
The drugs were shipped from one front jewelry store front in Los Angeles to another one in New York.
Many coke users are shook up over a recent high-profile drug ring bust.
Mark Crumpacker was allegedly purchasing the drugs during the height of Chipotle's E. coli outbreak scandal.
A cautionary tale for anyone looking forward to "calling your guy" this weekend...
Now seems an opportune moment to remind employers that discriminating against applicants who have a criminal record is illegal.
39 people have been arrested on Staten Island in connection with a violent drug ring that smuggled illegal guns, sold cocaine, stole motorcycles, burglarized homes, and plotted murders.
It's almost as if officers had to arrest or cite a certain number of people every month, or something.
Despite President Obama's vow to not use federal resources to prosecute medical marijuana dispensaries that comply with state law, that's exactly what has happened.
Hudson's father told the Daily News that he was "disappointed" with his son.
"We have seen bath salts catalyze some of the most heinous crimes in recent months and President Obama’s signature will ensure that the federal government can fight this scourge with a united front."
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