More than 250kg of the illicit drug was seized in California.
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I'm on a quest to interview some of the world’s greatest minds to imagine what a post-war-on-drugs world might look like in our own country.
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They're worried about 'bath salts', but more people are abusing 'hillbilly heroin'.
And climate change could be to blame.
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Surely the best interests of your patient must always be paramount.
He wasn't the only person the president canned Monday.
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Seriously, you really shouldn't.
Half of admissions to leading rehab clinic now for amphetamine use.
It's time to retire a failed approach.
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The intent of the enforcement regime of Australia's national drug strategy shouldn't be to arrest more people, nor seize more drugs. Rather, the intent behind our illicit drug enforcement strategy should be to reduce the supply of these harmful drugs in our communities.
I see a lot in the media these days saying who an ice addict is. For me, and for most of the ice addicts I know, it just doesn't ring true. Everyone has similarities, but not everyone's story is the same.
The cost of a treatment bed is far less than the cost of incarceration, which often is the alternative faced after months of addiction and waiting for treatment.