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    The New Year’s first homicide in Huntsville looks like it was drug related – unfortunately not much of a surprise. Police are saying a drug deal … Read More
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    Students in Cullman will be subject to a different kind of test in school next year – a drug test. A draft proposal on which students will be tested… Read More
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    An ex-narcotics officer that served in Tuscaloosa will find out his sentence in December, but he is expected to plead guilty to theft charges stemming… Read More
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    A strongly worded opinion piece appeared in Talladega’s Daily Home Newspaper. Distilled down, the article makes the point that overcrowded prison pr… Read More
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    An article in the Insurance Journal reports on a program in Alabama to test drivers for drugs and alcohol that isn’t directed at arresting anyone. T… Read More
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    According to the Times Daily, Lauderdale County has spent $13,000 to test students for drugs last year. And for those over 200 tests, two students tes… Read More
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    For those in the state that have strong religious ties, tapping into the spiritual power of faith can be a powerful aid to recovery. The Christian Dru… Read More
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    It’s becoming a trend across the country and school boards across Alabama are debating the pluses and minuses of testing their students for the use … Read More
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    It’s a newer application of an older law. The law, chemical endangerment of a child, was originally envisioned as a way to charge negligent parents … Read More
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    Chantix was originally approved by the FDA in May of 2006 as a non-nicotine prescription medicine to help smokers, in conjunction with support program… Read More


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